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December 2016

A communication channel between China Central Television (CCTV) and the National Television and Radio Company (Uzbekistan MTRK) has been established to promote the development of TV industry through technology exchange and learning opportunities.

A communication channel between China Central Television (CCTV) and the National Television and Radio Company (Uzbekistan MTRK) has been established to promote the development of TV industry through technology exchange and learning opportunities.
This is one of the positive outcomes as a result of the AIBD/Uzbekistan MTRK training workshop on HDTV production.  Two consultants from CCTV, Ms Wang Pei and Mr Cui Wei, conducted the 5-day workshop held at the Media Center of MTRK in Tashkent, Uzbekistan.
The workshop is aimed at enhancing the technical know-how and professional skills of 21 participants. These participants made up of programme directors, cameramen, production engineers and supervisors from central and 12 regional stations of NTRC Uzbekistan and involved in HD TV production. 
The workshop covered a broad range of topics:
· from HDTV technology principles to real-world applications;
· from video shooting/recording to editing;
· from image creation to signal inspection; and 
· from process of recording /producing to broadcasting. 
The workshop has also provided a comprehensive illustration of how to create a good HDTV programme, evaluate programme quality, how to realize technical control during production and camera configuration parameters that helped to resolve the issues at video shooting.  
In addition, technical knowledge on how to build HD studios, how to measure digital system, Electronic News Gathering (ENG) and post-production systems to meet both international standards and their needs were also highlighted.
CCTV consultants also shared their knowledge on the configuration and design of CCTV's broadcasting studios, OB (Outside-Broadcasting) Vans, and post-production systems.  
Various CCTV programmes and production methods were demonstrated at the workshop through watching episodes of entertainments, live shows and documentaries.  This served as an eye opener for the participants on different innovative programme content production.  
The workshop also renewed the historical friendship between the people of China and Uzbekistan of the Great Silk Road, connecting economic activities and cultural exchange between the two countries.  The long established relationship will continue to flourish under the current One Belt, One Road initiatives.
Meanwhile, MTRK Media Center is the first HD programme production base in Tashkent, Uzbekistan.  It has 4 HD studios, 20 HD ENG systems, and 30 sets of HD post-production workstations.  MTRK media center provides services for production of TV drama series, talk shows, concerts and various programmes.
Currently, Uzbekistan MTRK has 1 HD channel, 12 SD channels and 4 radio channels.  It is in a key stage transitioning from SD to HD and from analogue to digital.

The Fijian Government has embarked on a targeted program of improving service delivery to all citizens, utilizing    technology and implement e-government are key strategies for these improved services.

The Information Technology and Computing Services (‘ITC Services’) is responsible for ensuring the delivery of applications to meet Ministry needs, particularly with regard to the improved service delivery envisioned through technology and e-government along with the overall implementation and maintenance of the Government’s IT network, infrastructure and IT Policy.

The 2016 G20 Summit will be held in Hangzhou, China on September 4th and 5th. CCTV+ is ready to provide comprehensive video feeds and pool signals of major events of the Summit to media organizations worldwide.   All the G20 news feeds will be released through GDS (www.cctvplus.com).

As China’s first global video news agency, CCTV+ (CCTV Plus), covering  international news stories, offers quality video footages, live broadcasting signals and archive to global media and production companies.   Currently, CCTV+ releases over 80 news footages, 24 hours daily, with scripts in English, French, Russian, Arabic and Spanish.  Through its online-based GDS (www.cctvplus.com) and cooperation with Associated Press and Reuters, CCTV+ provides a variety of news materials including political, economic, social and breaking news from China and the world. To date, around 1,700 channels and hundreds of online and social media in the world are using footages from CCTV+.

Presentation of AIBD Awards Winners at General Conference 2016 Inauguration

The announcement and presentation of the winners of the AIBD TV & Radio Awards 2016 was conducted at the Inauguration Ceremony of the AIBD General Conference in Tehran, Iran on 25 August 2016. The winners were each presented with a certificate, trophy and USD 500 as reward for their special programmes.

Award winner Mr Jae Eung Jong, Director, Educational Broadcasting System, Korea