Current and Past Activities

The use of virtual studio and virtual studio implantation technology is bringing a new visual experience for the TV audience, and providing new thinking and creative new tools for television producers.  

VR Pre-summit workshop in Qingdao

They are applications of the virtual reality technology and are becoming a new trend in the broadcast industry in Asia Pacific, Mr Huang Lei, Product Manager

SKILLS AND TECHNIQUES OF SINGLE CAMERA PRODUCTION OPERATION

A good TV programme does not rely on the script and directing only. Photography/ videography also plays an important role to pull the audience. It is important for a cameraman to, not only able to understand the command of TV language but has creativity and the skill to handle a camera /camcorder independently. He may be an experienced cameraman in the News department and studio but situation is different for a single camera production operation where…

AIBD and Televisi Republik Indonesia (TVRI) organised an In-Country workshop on Mobile Journalism in the historical Royal city of Yogyakarta, Indonesia from 23 to 27 September 2019.  The workshop was designed for the broadcasters of Indonesia working in the programme, camera, news and social media departments.

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Digitization of archives  remains a key area of interest for broadcasters as many years of ‘heritage’ content are under threat of being completely lost due to adverse affects of long-term degradation of analogue formats and magnetic media. With new and advanced technologies currently available these important archives can now be converted to digital formats and stored in easily accessible digital libraries that…

SKILLS AND TECHNIQUES OF SINGLE CAMERA PRODUCTION OPERATION

A good TV programme does not rely on the script and directing only. Photography/ videography also plays an important role to pull the audience. It is important for a cameraman to, not only able to understand the command of TV language but has creativity and the skill to handle a camera /camcorder independently. He may be an experienced cameraman in the News department and studio but situation is different for a single camera production operation where…

AIBD and Televisi Republik Indonesia (TVRI) organised an In-Country workshop on Mobile Journalism in the historical Royal city of Yogyakarta, Indonesia from 23 to 27 September 2019.  The workshop was designed for the broadcasters of Indonesia working in the programme, camera, news and social media departments.

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Digitization of archives  remains a key area of interest for broadcasters as many years of ‘heritage’ content are under threat of being completely lost due to adverse affects of long-term degradation of analogue formats and magnetic media. With new and advanced technologies currently available these important archives can now be converted to digital formats and stored in easily accessible digital libraries that…

The development of digital radio has led to improved spectrum efficiency, more channel capacity, or a combination of these benefits. Digital compression techniques used in audio systems have improved sound quality at low bit rates to the extent that radio broadcasts can be made on location and then transmitted to the broadcaster’s production studios over telephone circuits in high quality. Ideally, to reach the widest range of listeners, a digital radio system should be capable of being transmitted via terrestrial, satellite and cable systems. The eventual…

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The existing AM and FM analogue systems suffer from inherent short-comings and neither can offer uniform reception quality throughout the coverage area. AM radio reception is constrained by bandwidth limitations which restrict the audio quality, and by interference from other co-channel and adjacent channel transmissions. This is particularly…

 

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The emerging trend of high resolution display has led to the development of Ultra High Definition (UHD) also referred to as 4K televisions. UHD displays exhibit 4K resolution and are called as 4K panels. 4K means 4,000 pixels in various digital formats mainly used for the purpose of shooting motion…

International Mother Earth Day is celebrated worldwide on the 22nd of April to support the environmental protection and to recognize the saviours of mother nature. This year the theme is “Protect our species” and has a focus on saving species which are on the verge of extinction due to climate change, deforestation, pollution and illegal poaching.

               

Fake News Workshop

  Fake News: How Do You Know Which Is REAL or FAKE? 

Fake News is fabricated news that is hot but can destroy trust, damage learning culture and create disorder if amplified and spread irresponsibly.

AIBD In-country Workshop on  Marketing and Commercialisation group pic

AIBD In-Country Workshop on ‘Marketing and Commercialisation’ was held in Kuala Lumpur from 1 – 3 April 2019. This three-day workshop introduces participants to the principles and techniques of creative, persuasive marketing, the production of content that is commercially desirable and…

Nineteen participants from Bangladesh, Bhutan, Nepal, Laos, Malaysia, Maldives, Myanmar, Singapore and Sri Lanka attended a three-day AIBD/UNESCO-IPDC Regional Workshop on ‘Addressing Gender Bias in Media’ from 27 to 29 March 2019 in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. It was supported by UNESCO-IPDC.

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