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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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Dr. Mohammad Jahangir Hossain was recently appointed as the new Director General of the National Institute of Mass Communication & Chief Executive, Bangladesh Cinema and Television Institute.

Dr. Mohammad Jahangir Hossain was recently appointed as the new Director General of the National Institute of Mass Communication & Chief Executive, Bangladesh Cinema and Television Institute. A proud freedom fighter, Dr Jahangir is a member of Bangladesh Civil Service Information Cadre. He started his government career in 1986, working at various levels under the Ministry of Information, Prime Minister’s Office, and Bangladesh Public Administration Training Centre.

His interests cover mathematics, journalism and mass communication, which have served him well as a researcher, writer, teacher, and editor. He has a Ph.D in Journalism and Mass Communication.  Dr. Jahangir has around 40 publications in different journals and received many awards. Among his research work were on Communication Pattern of Bureaucracy in Bangladesh: Internal and Public Dealings;  Pattern of Public Relations of the Civil Servants: A Case of Dhamrai Thana; and Local Level Initiative in Development: A Case Study  on Total Mass Literacy Program, conducted in the District of Lalmonirhat in Bangladesh.

AIBD and BBS organised an In-country workshop on Children’s TV programmes from 21 – 25 November 2016, in Thimphu, Bhutan, funded by the Norwegian Broadcasting Corporation (NRK). With 11 participating producers from Bhutan Broadcasting Corporation Services, this workshop mainly focused on dramatic content in Children’s programmes, the cultural, historical and language representations.

The Dart Centre Asia-Pacific is providing two expense-paid fellowships to Australian and regional mid-career journalists who want to develop knowledge Dart Centre for Journalism and Trauma of emotional trauma to improve coverage of violence and disaster.

Fellowships are open to media professionals from all modes of reporting with at least five years of journalism experience.

The Asia Pacific Fellows will join ten or more European, American and Latin American journalists at an intensive week-long program of seminars and discussions held at Columbia University in New York City.