AIBD will continue to play an active role in SDG advocacy for Asia-Pacific media with the help of U.N bodies, Ms Philomena Gnanapragasam, Director, AIBD.
In response to the ongoing COVID-19 situation and information dissemination efforts of media, Asia-Pacific Institute for Broadcasting Development (AIBD), organised a half-day In-Country Seminar on ‘Reporting on Health Crisis: Training Journalists for Emergencies and Outbreaks’ today.
For the first time since 1998 a strategic plan document is in the offing for the Asia-Pacific Institute for Broadcasting Development (AIBD). It is being drafted by experts from the elected SPT member countries during 18th General Conference and Associated Meetings in Paro, Bhutan last year. The elected member countries are Cambodia, China, Fiji, India, Iran, the Philippines, Korea, and Thailand.
AIBD and Pakistan Television training Academy organised a webinar on the impact of disinformation on societies. The event was held in Islamabad at Pakistan Television Headquarters while it the webinar was hosted at AIBD Secretariat in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.
AIBD being one of the pioneers of World Radio Day Committee has always observed World Radio Day as one of the most significant events in the calendar year.
This year, AIBD engaged its members and partners to send us their pictures and their reports regarding the Radio Day observances, which will be reported in the upcoming issue of 'Broadcaster'.
Some of the regional experts & broadcasters also sent us the video messages.
Given the importance of both law and ethics to the practice of journalism, and the diversity of the Asian region, it is necessary to identify common principles and approaches that could be the building block for further and deeper understanding of more complex country specific law practices.
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