Putting gender on the media agenda in South Asia

The CBA is again joining with Unesco to provide training that brings together broadcasters and NGOs from Bangladesh, India and Sri Lanka to improve the position of women in the media

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Developing women’s voices in East African media

We have partnered with Unesco and the Tanzanian Broadcasting Corporation to run gender awareness training for East African broadcasters

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Our Ebola briefing to broadcasters

As some of our members grapple with the impact of the virus outbreak, we have sent a practical briefing to affected and potentially affected broadcasters

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Exchange stories through the Commonwealth Voices project

Through an audio content exchange, we’re inviting members to swap cultural stories for radio in the run-up to the Commonwealth Games

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Prince George christening footage on CBA News Exchange

CBA members have free downloadable broadcast access to scenes outside baby Prince George’s christening in London

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Professor Higgs interview available on CBA News Exchange

CBA members can have free broadcast access to an interview with this year’s joint Nobel prize winner for physics

My year: CBA-Chevenings from Ghana, Pakistan and Jamaica

Each year we team up with Chevening to award bursaries to full-time staff of CBA’s member broadcasters to study media masters in London and Norwich

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Big data, small screens and beyond: a Q&A with the IBC’s CEO

Michael Crimp, head of one of the world’s largest broadcast and media conventions, took time during the show last week to talk about new trends and developments in broadcast technology

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A driver for the Pacific digital transition roadmap

Tonga Broadcasting Commission’s chief engineer went on a successful fact-finding and supplier-shopping mission to this year’s IBC through our bursary

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