THE WORLD TELEVISION AWARDS
With the aim of recognising the crucial role played by media in promoting the awareness of the audience on major issues such as cultural diversity, religious understanding, tolerance and peace, the World TV Award was initiated in 2004 under the Category Humanity. "Religious Understanding" and "Conflict Resolution" were the initial topics. In 2013, these were replaced by "Natural Disaster" and "Children's Rights". The major sponsor for this category is the Arab States Broadcasting Union (ASBU).
In 2011, AIBD launched the World TV Award, Category Science & Environment in collaboration with United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP).
The news feature, “Energy-Efficient Refrigerators In Brazil”, has won the World Television Award 2011 in the Category Science/Environment for The Best Programme Protecting Ozone Layer And Combating Climate Change.
This programme was directed by Vanessa Fischer and broadcast by DW-TV, Germany.
Vanessa Fischer was presented with a trophy and certificate by Mr Rajendra Shende (Head of UNEP OzonAction) and Mr Yang Binyuan (Director of AIBD) in the presence of Ms Moneeza Hashmi (President of CBA), chairperson of the World Television Awards judging session, during the Asia Media Summit in Hanoi, Vietnam on May 24.
Rajendra Shende, Vanessa Fischer, Yang Binyuan - 24 May, AMS,Hanoi,Vietnam
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WORLD TV AWARDS 2011
The World Television Awards are open to all broadcasters in Asia, Pacific, Europe, Africa, and North & South America from public, private sector and freelance producers.
For 2011, the two World TV Awards categories are:
1) "TV documentary contributing to conflict resolution" - Category "Humanity"
2) "Protecting Ozone Layer and Combating Climate Change" - Category "Science/Environment"
The deadline for programme submission is 1st April 2011.
The World TV Awards are supported by United Nations Environment Programme OzonAction, Arab States Broadcasting Union, France 24, Radio France International, Monte-Carlo Doualiya, Radio TV Malaysia, Commonwealth Broadcasting Association and AIBD.