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Asia Media Summit 2020 (Canceled)

Nepal has agreed to host the 17th Asia Media Summit in 2020,  Mr Suresh Kumar Karki, Executive Director of Radio Nepal, announced this during the 45th AIBD General Conference

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January 2011

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The staff of AIBD gathered today (January 28th) to bid farewell to two colleagues Musalmi and Mark.

Musalmi served the AIBD for 28 years before retirement in December 2010. She will be enjoying a well-earned rest after her long years of service. The other is Mark Lin who was working at the Institute as a Programme Manager for two years.

The staff of AIBD gathered today (January 28th) to bid farewell to two colleagues Musalmi and Mark.

Musalmi served the AIBD for 28 years before retirement in December 2010. She will be enjoying a well-earned rest after her long years of service.

The other is Mark Lin who was working at the Institute as a Programme Manager for two years. Mark was released from the SARFT Training Center (SARFT-TC) in China. Mark will be leaving for China shortly, as he looks forward to celebrate the Chinese New Year with his family.

Mr Yang Binyuan, Director, AIBD presented them with souvenirs in recognition of their invaluable services to the Institute. 

It was also an occasion for AIBD staff to get together to celebrate the forthcoming Lunar New Year over a very nice lunch in a relaxed atmosphere.

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AIBD has admitted three new affiliate members, France 24, Dart Centre Australasia (DCA) and the Palestine Public Broadcasting Commission (PBC). AIBD Director Yang Binyuan recently visited the headquarters of France 24 in Paris.

 

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AIBD/IRIB In-country workshop on Entertainment Programmes (Talk shows) for Radio at IRIB in Tehran

AIBD in collaboration with the Islamic Republic of Iran Broadcasting organized an In-country workshop on Entertainment Programmes  on Talk shows for radio  from 07 to 12 January 2011 in Tehran.Thirty radio announcers and producers learnt how to improve the quality of their radio talkback programs. During the five day workshop, the broadcasters learnt about talkback formats across the world, with a view to exploring different ways of delivering their program content. Audience research, active and passive listening trends, and how to connect with listeners beyond just the telephone were all covered in the course. In addition broadcast techniques using new media, then emails, sms and social networking interaction with radio talk shows was also examined. Because talkback is different depending on whether there is a guest, an expert or the announcer is simply talking directly to the audience, a range of techniques were developed in the students, who completed a series of practical exercises during the course.
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In January 2011 Part 2 of the In-country workshop on Entertainment Programmes focusing on Game shows for Radio was hosted by the Islamic Republic of Iran Broadcasting organised in collaboration with AIBD. This practical oriented workshop was attended by  presentation and production personnel at IRIB . Part one on Entertainment programmes which preceeded this workshop was on talk shows while part 2 covered content, planning, presentation and production techniques for producing radio game shows.

The presentation of the winners of the AIBD TV & Radio Awards 2013 was conducted at the Inauguration Ceremony of the 39th Annual Gathering and 12th AIBD General Conference & Associated Meetings in Yangon, Myanmar on 12 August 2013. The winners were each presented with a certificate, trophy and USD 500 as reward for their special programmes.

Mrs Ni Made Suartini of Radio Republik Indonesia, Ms Pascale Bourgaux of France24 and Mr Biju Mathew of All-India Radio receiving their awards at the GC Inauguration Ceremony 2013

 

Mr Yasir Khan of Al-Jazeera, Qatar delivers his award acceptance message

 

AIBD TV AWARD 2013 on “The Best TV Programme on Cross-Cultural Exchange”

“Camels in the Outback”

Al Jazeera - Qatar

This documentary looks at a Qatari camel herder who heads to Australia to witness the mass killing of camels, considered no longer useful to the state. 

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AIBD TV AWARD 2013 on “The Best TV Programme on Economic Recession and Impact on Developing Countries”

“Iran: Awakening Dissent”

France24 - France

This news feature documents the effect of the economic crisis on the internal situation in Iran, particularly on the carpet industry, which has been adversely effected.  

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AIBD RADIO AWARD 2013 on “The Best Radio Programme on Water Conservation”

“Subak, Water Religious and Justification”

Radio Republik Indonesia (RRI) - Indonesia

This programme looks at the unique water irrigation system called Subak found in Bali, Indonesia, which has gained tremendous praise and acceptance.

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REINHARD KEUNE'S MEMORIAL AWARD 2013 on “The Best Radio Programme Promoting Rural Development”

“A Village Rejuvenated”

 All India Radio - India

This programme looks at the Elappully village in Kerala, India, as a positive development model. The village managed to resuscitate its community and living standards to give a good example for rural development in India.

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The Asia-Pacific Institute for Broadcasting Development (AIBD) launched its new website on January 12th, 2011, featuring more content and attractive design, interactive and user-friendly services that will benefit its members and other media stakeholders across the globe.

The new AIBD website (www.aibd.org.my) contains a full website search, online publications that are fully searchable and downloadable, and lots of photo and video galleries of the Institute’s events such as the Asia Media Summit.

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The Asia Media Summit 2011, organised by the Asia-Pacific Institute for Broadcasting Development (AIBD) and hosted by The Voice of Vietnam (VOV) will be held at Melia Hotel, Hanoi, Vietnam, from 24 to 25 May 2011.

The AIBD would like to invite interested potential speakers to submit an abstract as part of our Call for Papers. The deadline for submission of Abstract is 15 February 2011.

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 World TV Awards are supported by United Nations Environment Programme OzonAction, Arab States Broadcasting Union, Radio TV Malaysia, Commonwealth Broadcasting Association, Islamic Broadcasting Union and AIBD.