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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

Here are some photos from Asia Media Summit 2019:-

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March 2017

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AIBD is pleased to announce the opening of call of entry for the AIBD Awards 2017. We are pleased to present this opportunity to all AIBD members and affiliates. Supported by AIBD, this competition will provide the opportunity for television and radio producers to receive international recognition for their work.

The Awards are open in the following two categories:

AIBD TV Award for the Best TV programme on:

Towards a Waste-free Society: 

Waste in society can occur in many different forms. There can be household energy wastage, food waste, industrial waste and also issues with waste disposal. What are some of the examples of creative and responsible initiatives to reduce waste in society for a more sustainable future?

Bridging the Gender Gap:

Gender Equality’ was listed as No.5 on the United Nation’s Sustainable Development Goals. What practical steps have been taken on the ground to achieve this worthy goal towards a gender inclusive society? How can the participation and contribution of women in different arenas of life, from sports to the workplace, be better recognised?

AIBD Radio Award and Reinhard Keune Memorial Radio Award for the Best Radio Programme on:

The Journey of the Migrant:

In recent times, migration has become an issue of global concern. Migrants though are often just described in terms of cold statistics rather than given a human face. Many migrants face untold obstacles and hardships in their search for better prospects or to escape persecution. What personal stories can best highlight the joys and struggles migrants face?

Fighting Deforestation:

Forests cover roughly 30 percent of the world land area and are a vital resource for our survival. Yet every year, vast areas forests are cleared due to logging and agriculture, putting the survival of Earth’s ecosystem at risk. Deforestation is one of the most overlooked global crises with tremendously damaging impact to the environment and humanity in general. How can this growing problem be effectively tackled?

We are pleased to present this opportunity to all AIBD members and affiliates. Supported by AIBD, these Awards will provide the opportunity for your television and radio producers to receive international recognition for their work.

“The Prize” consists of US$500.00 cash, a trophy and a certificate presented by AIBD per Award topic.

Winners and runners-up will be announced during the 43nd Annual Gathering / 16th AIBD General Conference & Associated Meetings, to be hosted by Public Service Media, Maldives in K. Bandos, Maldives from 21 to 23 August 2017.

Please note that producers can submit one programmeper topic (limit of four submissions for the four topics) and the deadline for programme submission is 1 July 2017.

Please find the relevant information on criteria, regulations and application forms for the AIBD Television & Radio Awards 2017 on our website here.

We look forward to receiving your entries and application forms as soon as possible.

If you have any queries regarding these Awards, please do not hesitate to contact Ms Philomena Gnanapragasam(AIBD Senior Programme Manager) at [email protected].

A group of 16 broadcasters from around the South East Asian region came to Kuala Lumpur for a three day Smartphone workshop from March 13-15.

Participants learnt how to shoot video, frame shots and compose pictures, choose good lighting, and use their phone apps to best advantage. They also learnt about social media usage and how to file smartphone reports to many social media platforms.

During a practical exercise, course participants were sent out to gather reports for a news broadcast, using only their smartphones to capture, edit and file their stories.

Aiza, from RTM described the process:

Drama producers of the National Television and Radio Company (Uzbekistan MTRK) are advised to learn more about the rich culture of the People’s Republic of China.

Deputy Director General, International Cooperation Department of the State Administration of Press, Publication, Radio, Film & Television (SAPPRFT) Mr Yan Chengsheng believes with better understanding of the diverse culture of China, it would further strengthen the existing cordial bilateral relationships between the peoples of both countries.