2010 Awards

The winners of the 2010 CBA Awards were announced at a ceremony during the CBA Conference in Johannesburg in April 2010.

Amnesty International Award for Human Rights Programme

‘Assignment: Africa’s Guantanamo’
BBC World Service
Rachel Wilkinson, Projects Manager, World Service English

‘Hell Hole’
Johann Abrahams
South African Broadcasting Corporation

CBA-IBC Award for Innovative Engineering

‘Yoda – Multi production system in a laptop’
New Delhi Television Limited (NDTV)
Jay Chauhan, VP Technology

CBA Roll of Honour

  • Ken Clark, CEO, EMTV
  • Mano Wikramanayake, Group Director, MTV Channel
  • Gary Linnane, Head of the ABC Secretariat, ABC
  • K.V.L. Narayan Rao, Group CEO and Executive Director, NDTV
  • Arlindo Lopes, Secretary-General, SABA
  • Phil Molefe, A/Group Executive, News and Current Affairs, SABC
  • Neil Dormand, Technology Consultant, CBA
  • Chua Foo Yong, Managing Director, Singapore Media Academy
  • Nanise Fifita, Acting GM, Tonga Broadcasting Corporation
  • J. Carlton Smith, News Editor, Broadcasting Corporation of the Bahamas

One World Media Award for Extending Audience Reach

The Greenathon
New Delhi Television Limited (NDTV)

Priyanka Kaul, Division Head, Special Projects
Smeeta Chakrabarti, Supervising Producer

Thomson Foundation Award for Coverage of Environment by an African

‘Mau Crisis Series’
Rosalia Omungo, Reporter
Lempaa Suyianka, Reporter
Kenya Broadcasting Corporation

‘9 1/2 Technologies That Could Change The World’
Jim Handman, Senior Producer
Canadian Broadcasting Corporation Radio

World Bank Award for Programme on Development Issues

‘CBC News: The National – Canada’s Ugly Secret’
Mellisa Fung, Reporter
Canadian Broadcasting Corporation