The final deadline for AMS registration of Saturday, 15 March 2014 is fast approaching. All delegates attending the Asia Media Summit 2014 in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia on 6-8 May 2014 must register online. Given the extended time taken for visa processing, we are encouraging all delegates to register as soon as possible.

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The Korea Radio Promotion Association (RAPA), in cooperation with AIBD, is promoting their ‘Donation of Broadcasting Equipment Program’ to provide developing countries with broadcast equipment. This international cooperative programme offers analogue and digital broadcast equipment to beneficiary countries, a part of South Korea’s ODA (Official Development Assistance) project.

Thai Public Broadcasting Service (Thai PBS), together with the Department of Disaster Prevention and Mitigation (DDPM) and the United Nations Office for Disaster Risk Reduction (UNISDR) are launching a video clip competition under the theme “Promoting Investments for Resilient Nations and Communities”.

AIBD as a partner of UNESCO continues to support Women Make the News (WMN) which is a global policy advocacy initiative launched annually aimed at promoting gender equality in the media.

The URTI organizes, with the support of UNESCO and the entirety of the international audiovisual organizations, the first audiovisual International Grand Prix (86 countries represented for the 2013 edition). In television, the International URTI Grand Prix for Author’s Documentary enjoys a great renown thanks to a strong participation and to the quality of the programmes accepted in competition (317 documentaries selected by 237 audiovisual organisations in 2013).

Continuing with its effort to promote quality programming for various target audience groups, AIBD is announcing the Call for Entry for the AIBD Television & Radio Awards 2014. We are pleased to present this opportunity to all AIBD members and affiliates. Supported by AIBD, this competition will provide the opportunity for your television and radio producers to receive international recognition for their work.