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AIBD in collaboration with its partners and international organizations is organizing the Asia Media Summit (AMS). The conference provides a unique opportunity for broadcasters in the region to share their thoughts on Broadcasting and Information.

Decision makers, media professionals, scholars, and stakeholders of news and programming from Asia, Pacific, Africa, Europe, Middle East and North America attended this annual conference. Almost all regional and International Broadcasting Unions and Associations support the AMS.

 

We have the pleasure of welcoming all media professionals to the Asia Media Summit.

The Asia Media Summit 2015 in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia will offer public as well as private broadcasters in Asia Pacific a wide range of opportunities to debate, examine and formulate a clear vision for social media and pursue innovative strategies in dealing with this new media platform. As they recognise the growing symbiotic relationship they have with social media, broadcasters need to master this social media landscape in order to enhance their programmes, audience engagement and income generation.

While some broadcasters consider social media competition, others believe they can co-exist with social media and make this new platform a key partner to achieve their organisation’s goals.

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Datuk Seri Ahmad Shabery Cheek, Minister of Communication and Multimedia, Malaysia (KKMM) has invited AIBD members and partners to participate in the Asia Media Summit 2015 in Kuala Lumpur, as the AMS returns again to its original home in Malaysia after an absence of six years.

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The Asia Media Summit (AMS) 2014 has come to a successful close, leaving us with a clear message that much work has to be done to enrich our broadcasting experience. AIBD Director Yang Binyuan made the remarks at the closing of the AMS 2014 in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia.

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In an era of ubiquitous connections, media regulations need to be open and innovative.“It’s an irreversible trend,” says Mr. Yan Chengsheng, Deputy Director General of the International Cooperation Department, State Administration of Press, Publication, Radio, Film and Television, China, in his speech at the AMS plenary session on “Towards Robust and Effective Media Regulation: Opportunities and Challenges".

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AMS Media Archive