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Asia-Pacific Institute for Broadcasting Development (AIBD) in collaboration with the Asia-Pacific Broadcasting Union (ABU) organised a 5-day regional workshop on Engineering Fundamentals for Broadcasters in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia from 03 to 07 December 2018.
At the Asia-Pacific Institute for Broadcasting Development (AIBD), the safety and wellbeing of our members is a top priority. We have been closely monitoring updates about the COVID-19. As a cautionary measure and to respond to concerns by stakeholders, we have postponed until next year the World Television Award Judging and Awards Ceremony.
Thank you for your understanding. More information on the rescheduled event and a full agenda will be announced in the coming months.
At the Asia-Pacific Institute for Broadcasting Development (AIBD), the safety and wellbeing of our members is a top priority. We have been closely monitoring updates about the COVID-19.
“We can’t create new law every time we have new case, but a strong leadership, a strong determination, a strong teamwork and a joint effort,” said Dr. Khieu Kanharith, minister of information, Cambodia. He was giving his keynote address at the Media Dialogue on ‘Disinformation, Legislation, and Freedom of Expression’, organised by Asia-Pacific Institute for Broadcasting Development (AIBD), in collaboration with the Ministry of Information, Cambodia.
By Monica Phang
AIBD Programme Manager
Journalists need to anticipate various kind of potential risks that they would encounter while covering events. The Managing Director of Lazarus Training Ltd, United Kingdom, Mr Alistair Hollington said media organisations should plan and outline the basic of risk assessment before deploying their personnel to cover any events in the field. Sharing his expertise at a webinar on Safety for Journalists, he pointed out that ‘journalists should report the news, don’t be the news’.
AIBD webinar on Crisis Communication was organised on 14 May 2020.
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