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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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[img_assist|nid=1502|title=|desc=|link=none|align=left|width=100|height=67]The successful implementation of the digital switchover set by 2020 will require a strong leadership of government, firm decision of analogue TV switch-off date, close cooperation of regulator and market parties, clear and timely regulatory framework and an adequate information and assistance to viewers.

Mr. Kim Kikwon, ITU Project Manager on Digital Broadcast TV, gave this message today to participants of the pre-summit seminar on ‘Strengthening the Digital Broadcasting Experience” at the Melia Hotel in Hanoi. He said countries must realize and manage the complexity of the switchover process.

The successful implementation of the digital switchover set by 2020 will require a strong leadership of government, firm decision of analogue TV switch-off date, close cooperation of regulator and market parties, clear and timely regulatory framework and an adequate information and assistance to viewers.

Mr. Kim Kikwon, ITU Project Manager on Digital Broadcast TV, gave this message today to participants of the pre-summit seminar on ‘Strengthening the Digital Broadcasting Experience” at the Melia Hotel in Hanoi. He said countries must realize and manage the complexity of the switchover process.

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During his presentation, Mr.Kikwon said ITU is prepared to support the smooth process of the digital switchover. It has made available software packages for spectrum management, recommendations, reports and handbooks on digital broadcasting technologies, guidelines and roadmaps for the transition to digital broadcasting and direct [img_assist|nid=1503|title=|desc=|link=none|align=left|width=71|height=100]support in customization of the guideline and developing roadmaps.

He particularly cited the ongoing digital broadcasting project of ITU that will assist five pilot countries in Asia Pacific develop their the digital roadmap and guidelines. These include Bhutan, Mongolia, Nepal, Sri Lanka, and Tonga.

The guidelines will cover policy and regulation, analogue switch-off (ASO), market and business development, DTTB & MTV networks and roadmap development.

Under policy and regulation, regulators need to address key issues and choices in formulating DTTB, MTV or ASO policy objectives. In implementing policies, the guidelines should cover information, funds, rights, licenses and permits to (qualified) market parties that comply with the relevant legislation.

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For the analogue switch-off (ASO), the guidelines must be clear on theprocess of turning off the analogue terrestrial television signal and replacing it with a digital signal. Mr. Kikwon said any government initiated policy must aim at providing more channels and services, new revenue streams and business models.

He said the guidelines must include key business issues and choices faced by Service Providers/Network operators when planning the commercial launch of DTTB and MTV services, a set of business activities and tools for defining the DTTB/MTV service proposition and associated business case and plan, and identifying the demand drivers, service barriers, financial feasibility, receiver availability and customer support issues.

Under DTTB & MTV networks choices should be made within the framework of license conditions and business objectives.

He said any road development must take into consideration the whole process of transition to DTTB, matching short and long term goals and indicating the main activities to meet the goals.

ITU has produced a comprehensive set of guidelines available at

http://www.itu.int/publ/D-HDBGUIDELINES.01-2010/en

[img_assist|nid=1502|title=|desc=|link=none|align=left|width=100|height=67]The successful implementation of the digital switchover set by 2020 will require a strong leadership of government, firm decision of analogue TV switch-off date, close cooperation of regulator and market parties, clear and timely regulatory framework and an adequate information and assistance to viewers.

Mr. Kim Kikwon, ITU Project Manager on Digital Broadcast TV, gave this message today to participants of the pre-summit seminar on ‘Strengthening the Digital Broadcasting Experience” at the Melia Hotel in Hanoi. He said countries must realize and manage the complexity of the switchover process.

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.

Environmental sustainability, notably climate change, has become an unprecedented concern in the 21st century, and Central Asia was no exception.

AIBD-UNESCO-IPDC In-country workshop on Capacity Building of TV News Reporters for Environmental Sustainability was held from 17 to 23 November 2010 at Kazakhstan Institute of Management, Economics and Strategic Research (KIMEP) in Almaty. A local environmental non-governmental organization Central Asia Regional Environmental Centre (CAREC) partnered AIBD and the host organization KIMEP to successfully conclude the project.