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URTI Radio Catalogue 2014

2014-04-14

During last URTI Radio Commission Meeting, (February 11th 2014) attending members agreed on the fact that - from this year on - a "stock" of new rights-free radio programmes will be available for URTI radio members every year.

Being radio a "flexible" media, it will be possible for members to add contents to this library all year long, so to mirror  the international agenda.

Poposed radio contents will be collected and published on a secured website, where they will be evaluated by a commission  made of URTI radio members representatives.

If you think you can find a little time to contribute to this evaluation, please tell us : slacomba@urti.org

Offering programmes to the library is very easy. You only need to:

1) send us as (slacomba@urti.org) soon as possible an email summing up your offer, then
2) sing in on URTI website (www.urti.org) using your access codes. If you still don't have access codes, please tell us : slacomba@urti.org
3) once you're logged in, you can submit your programmes on URTI website using the on-line form (Click here to access)

PLEASE NOTE

- to be sure your programmes will get the best visibility, don't forget to provide detailed scripts! (English and/or French)
- if you whish to offer a daily show / a series, please contact us before upolading.

You can submit programmes until 14th April 2014.

The library will be available by May 2014, so to give you time enough to pick the best contents for your summer schedule!

Do not hesitate to contact us for any further information,

Best regards

URTI Team

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World Television Awards 2014 : call for entries!

2014-04-01The AIBD, in collaboration with its global partners, presents the World Television Awards 2014:
  • Category Humanity for the Best Documentary on "Promoting Children's Rights"
  • Category Science/Environment for the Best Programme on: "Building Resilience to Climate Change"

“The Prize” consists of US$ 5,000.00 cash, a trophy and a certificate presented by AIBD per Award category.



Winners will be presented with their Awards during the Asia Media Summit to be held in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia on 6-8 May 2014, a global gathering of broadcasters.

The deadline for the programme submission is 1st April 2014.

Criteria and Entry Form are available on AIBD website: www.aibd.org.my/worldtv


The World TV Awards are open to all broadcasters in Asia, Pacific, Europe, Africa, and North & South America from public, private sector and freelance producers.
The World TV Awards are supported by United Nations Environment Programme OzonAction, Arab States Broadcasting Union (ASBU), Norwegian Broadcasting Corporation (NRK), Radio Televisyen Malaysia (RTM), The Islamic Broadcasting Union (IBU).

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World Radio Day 2014 celebrations

2014-04-01Getachew Engida (UNESCO, Annika Nyberg (EBU) and John Maguire (URTI)On the occasion of World Radio Day 2014 (February 13th 2014), URTI hosted the WRD International Committee celebrations.

The representatives of 11 international audiovisual unions gathered in Paris where they attended the opening concert of the “Présences” festival 2014 that took place at Théâtre du Châtelet (partnered with Radio France) in the presence of Mr Getachew Engida, Deputy Director General of UNESCO.



More on "Presences" Festival :



On February 14th URTI also organized the annual meeting of the WRD International Committee. This meeting aimed at developing cooperation and coordination between the Committee’s members and between them and UNESCO so as to spread World Radio Day celebrations worldwide promoting at the same time the values and vision of radio professionals.

Members of the WRD International CommitteeThe International Committee meeting was the occasion to assess past initiatives and to define a strategy for their future development. The WRD13.com platform that is currently managed by URTI and whose success keeps growing year after year, should change its name in 2015 (so to become independent from number “13”) and become a basis for new initiatives.
At URTI’s request, three new organisations were included by the Committee: COPEAM, IBU and RAPAF.

The Committee also agreed on an ITU proposal to organize 2015 International Committee activities in honour of World Radio Day in the framework of the celebrations of the 150th anniversary of the agency. The EBU was appointed to be the Committee Coordinator for 2014-2015.

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