Presentation of AIBD Awards Winners at General Conference 2015 Inauguration

Submitted by saqib on Mon, 08/24/2015 - 17:32

The presentation of the winners of the AIBD TV & Radio Awards 2015 was conducted at the Inauguration Ceremony of the AIBD General Conference in Chiang Mai, Thailand on 18 August 2015. The winners were each presented with a certificate, trophy and USD 500 as reward for their special programmes.

 

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AIBD Director Mr Chang Jin (second from left) along with Ms Ng Yuina, Executive Producer, MediaCorp, Singapore; Ms Yan Ni, Director, Asia, Africa and Latin American Division, International Affairs Department, The State Administration of Press, Publication, Radio, Film and Television (SARFT), China (representing China National Radio); and Ms Aminath Shahid, Deputy Managing Director, Public Service Media, Maldives received their awards on behalf of the winners at the GC Inauguration Ceremony 2015

AIBD TV AWARD 2015 on “Best TV programme on Encouraging Youth Empowerment”

“ON THE RED DOT (YOUTH) - YOLO” – Channel 5, MediaCorp, Singapore

In this programme, they explore the endeavours of three different youth who in their own ways try and defy norms and adopt the YOLO (You Only Live Once) approach.

 

 

 

AIBD TV AWARD 2015  on “Best TV programme on Creative Ways to Harness Energy”

“FUTURE FORWARD – POWERING OUR FUTURE” – Channel NewsAsia, MediaCorp, Singapore

This programme explores the varied ways in which Singapore is inventively trying to tackle the energy shortage crisis.

 

 

 

AIBD RADIO AWARD 2015 on “Best radio programme on Highlighting Science to the Public”

“LET’S LEARN SCIENCE!” – Public Service Media, Maldives

This children’s programme uses creative means to connect basic science on the solar system with the imagination of the children audience.

 

 

 

REINHARD KEUNE'S MEMORIAL AWARD 2015 on “Best radio programme on Putting Spotlight on Teachers in Society”

"SOUND OF CHILDHOOD, MEET WITH ANCESTORS" – China National Radio, China

This programme looks at a wise Tibetan music teacher and his efforts to teach traditional folk music to young students.