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27th International URTI Radio Grand Prix - CALL FOR ENTRIES

2015-05-26Call for entries until Friday 4 September 2015

For its 27th edition, the International URTI Radio Grand Prix launches its call for entries on the theme of MULTICULTURALISM.

Be ready to participate:
- The URTI competition is open free of charge to any radio broadcasting organisation or association and institution which devotes itself to the audiovisual media.
- URTI Grand Prix award: 1,000$ (one thousand dollars). Length of the programmes: 60 minutes maximum.
- Programmes should be entered in their original version. A script of each programme must be provided in French or in English if the proposed version is not in one of these two languages.
- The programmes must be sent on CD or recorded directly on the URTI website.
- You can register your programmes by sending us back the enclosed entry form or directly on

Contact: Nathalie Lacroix -

To register now: click here

Message from Romanian Radio (ROR)

2015-05-06Message from Romanian Radio (ROR) :

We have the pleasure of informing you that the Media2020 Conference – Bringing Media to the Future, organized by Radio Romania in partnership with the Asia-Pacific Broadcasting Union, will be held in Bucharest this summer, between June 30th and July 1st.

The Conference is an ideal arena for media professionals from all around the world to discuss and bring new ideas to the floor with regards to media development trends and strategies, as it is already shaping up to be a very fruitful and outstanding event.

To further add to the value of this very special reunion, we would be quite honoured to have you and your colleagues present here this summer, as I am certain that the experience will be enriching and very special for everyone involved.

The registration and accommodation forms are downloadable on our website, where you can also find all the relevant information concerning the Media2020 Conference:

The URTI official selection of the 10 finalist documentaries

The preselection Jury of the 34th edition of the International URTI Grand Prix for Author’s Documentary, made up of managers from public television channels and URTI members, met in Paris from April 13 to 16 2015 in order to draw up the official selection of the ten finalist documentaries:

Book a fugue (Dite Dinesz) - TVR (Romania)
Du grain au tableau (Branko Istvancic) - HRT (Croatia)
Front Row: The school in the swamps (Joseph Conrad Rubio) - GMA Network, Inc (Philippines)
Germans are a bit scared of me (Alban Muja) - RTK (Kosovo)
Jimmy goes to Nollywood (Jimmy Jean-Louis & Rachid Dhibou) - France Ô (France)
Little Miss Nobody (Bernard Balteau) - RTBF La Une (Belgium)
Matanga (Georges Kabongo) - Antenne A (Democratic Republic of Congo)
Rwanda, la vie après (Benoit Dervaux & André Versaille) - RTBF La Deux (Belgium)
Taïga (Hamid Sardar) - France 5 (France)
The promise of a happy childhood (Piotr Morawski & Ryszard Kaczynski) - TVP (Poland)

These ten finalist programmes will be viewed on June 12 and 13 2015 by the Final Jury.

This Grand Prix prize-giving, awarded with 1.000 Dollars, will take place on Thursday, June 18 2015 at the Grimaldi Forum in Monaco, in the framework of the Golden Nymph awards ceremony of the 55th Monte-Carlo Television Festival.

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