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THE WORLD TELEVISION AWARDS 2012

Category Science/Environment for the Best Programme on "Preserving Ozone Layer and Protecting the Earth"

 

World TV Awards 2012 - Call for Entry

 

The World Television Awards are open to all broadcasters in Africa, Asia, Europe, North & South America and the Pacific from public, private sector and freelance producers.

 

The deadline for programme submission is extended to 1 May 2012.

Download the criteria and entry form from the AIBD website: http://www.aibd.org.my/node/883

 

For more information, visit: http://www.aibd.org.my/worldtv

Or contact

 

Geraldine Mouche

Programme Manager - AIBD

Asia-Pacific Institute for Broadcasting Development

geraldine@aibd.org.my

Office: + 603 2282 3719 Ext. 315

www.aibd.org.my

 

About the World TV Awards

 

With the aim of recognizing the crucial role played by media in increasing the awareness of the audience on major issues such as cultural diversity, religious understanding, tolerance and peace, the World TV Award was initially designed by the Asia-Pacific Europe Partnership Committee and established in 2004 with the recommendation of the AIBD on 2 main themes "Religious understanding" and "Conflict resolution".

 

This year, AIBD continues the World TV Award category on Science & Environment launched in 2011, in collaboration with UNEP OzonAction Programme, Regional Office for Asia and the Pacific (ROAP).

 

The World TV Awards are open to all broadcasters in Africa, Asia, Europe, North & South America and the Pacific from public, private sector and freelance producers. The World TV Awards 2012 are supported by UNEP OzonAction Programme, Arab States Broadcasting Union, France 24, Radio France International, Monte-Carlo Doualiya and Commonwealth Broadcasting Association.

 


 

 
 

        



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