The Asia-Pacific Institute for Broadcasting Development (AIBD) wishes to work with the Malaysia Digital Economy Corporation Sdn Bhd or MDEC on several feasible projects in 2020.
As Asia-Pacific Institute for Broadcasting Development (AIBD) has launched a year-long ‘Angkor Anti-Fake News Initiative’ a group of officials led by the Director, Ms Philomena Gnanapragasam, visited Singapore to learn and discuss about their recently enacted law- ‘Protection from Online Falsehoods and Manipulation Act 2019’ (POFMA).
Korea strives to realize the common vision of “mutual development through media” by exchanging suitable broadcasting content, resources and personnel with member countries in the Asian countries.
The Asia-Pacific Institute for Broadcasting Development (AIBD) being a regional inter-governmental organisation, wants to work with all governments on media information literacy (MIL) programmes in the Asia-Pacific Region.
The Director of AIBD, Mrs. Philomena Gnanapragasam, called on the Ambassador of Maldives in Malaysia, Her Excellency Visham Ali in Kuala Lumpur on 4th November 2019. The meeting was part of the series of courtesy visits that the new Director is making to rebuild AIBD’s networks and partnerships.
The Asia-Pacific Institute for Broadcasting Development (AIBD) is ever ready to help our members in realizing their training needs and capacity building in the broadcasting arena.
AIBD/MBC In-country Workshop on Emerging Technologies in Broadcasting was held in Mauritius from 30 September to 4th October 2019. This 5-day workshop focused on providing broadcasters and other media professionals with a clear understanding of emerging technologies in broadcasting and media industry
The AIBD officials also visited the Incheon Community Media Foundation (CMF) Centre in Seoul and interacted with the officials there. The officials from the Centre made a detailed presentation about the Foundation, and their roles and responsibilities.
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