AIBD has officially launched its latest publication entitled “ Media Ethics in the Age of Social Media,” designed to provide media organisations and media practitioners basic guidance on ethical matters. It deals only with ethical issues, not legal ones, though there is clearly an overlap between the two.

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Radio and TV programs should increasingly use social media to connect to their audiences. This should not be a passive experience but a meaningful connection. Mr. Justin Kings spoke about the value of social media at the AIBD/Eurovision Academy/CCTV Master Class on Social Media and TV Programmes.

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The Workshop on Media and Elections has kicked off the series of events leading to the 11th Asia Media Summit to take place from 6-8 May 2014 in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia.

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The United Nations has commended the focus of the Asia Media Summit 2014 on media and diversity, saying that “the media have a duty to reflect the strength of this diversity, encourage freedom of expression and thought, and promote social harmony and resilience in the face of challenges.”

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AIBD Director Yang Binyuan says more than 400 broadcasters, new media experts and specialists will attend the 10th Asia Media Summit anniversary that will highlight discussion and debate on the many dimensions of diversity in enriching the broadcasting experience.

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One of the highlights of the pre-summit events of the Asia Media Summit 2014 in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia is the launch of the AIBD/FES publication “Media Ethics in the Age of Social Media” during the opening of the pre-summit workshop on the same theme on 5 May 2014.

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