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A place of honor to the Balkans’ cultural heritage in the first edition of the contest “Making a story from archives”


Zagreb, 26 October 2017

History, gastronomy, traditional music and dances, society and media… These are some of the subjects covered in the 11 archive-based documentaries submitted to COPEAM in the framework of the contest “Making a story from archives”. Launched at the beginning of the year, the initiative was addressed to the young directors of the Balkans’ broadcasting members of COPEAM, and focused on the realization of audiovisual products about the cultural heritage of the Region, by using the archives of their respective organizations.

The contest gathered the young professionals from RTVSLO-Slovenia, HRT-Croatia, TVR-Romania, RTS-Serbia, RTV…

World Radio Day: Radio and sports


13 February 2018

As a member of the World Radio Day committee, COPEAM invites its members to celebrate Radio and Sports, with the aim of strengthening diversity, peace and development through sports broadcasting. 

The radios are then invited to showcase the beauty of sports in all its variety, to celebrate the traditional sports that connect us to our cultural heritage, the grassroots sports that anchor us within our communities and the inspiring stories that challenge gender stereotypes and cover, equally, both men’s and woman’s sports events.

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A new strategic partnership to promote the TV series sector development


On 1st December 2017, the FIEST – International training for TV series writing – project started officially. A partnership composed of COPEAM, the international university Uninettuno (Italy), France Télévisions and 5 cinema and audiovisual schools – ALBA (Lebanon), ESAV (Morocco), INSAS (Belgium), ESAV Toulouse (France) and ESAC (Tunisia) – submitted a proposal in the framework of the EU Erasmus+ programme (“Strategic partnerships for higher education” chapter) aimed at setting up a pilot training in the field of TV series writing.

Context:

 In the recent years, the TV series genre has been rapidly expanding. The global…

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Generation What? Giving voice to youth in 8 Arab countries


Since January 2017, Copeam is part of a consortium led by the European Broadcasting Union (EBU), and created to implement the project Generation What? in 8 Arab countries: Algeria, Egypt, Jordan, Lebanon, Libya, Morocco, Palestine and Tunisia.

Generation What? is a pioneering trans-media project that has enjoyed unprecedented success in Europe, where one million people have contributed to its outputs. The South-Mediterranean initiative, funded by the European Union, draws on the combined experience of a consortium comprising the three sister Unions and two Paris-based production companies, Yami 2 and Upian. In each country, the consortium is…

Generation What? Giving voice to youth in 8 Arab countries

SouthMed WiA project launches the 2nd Call for Proposals to support greater gender equality in the Southern Mediterranean Audiovisual Sector


Deadline: 23 February 2018, 12:00 (CET)

The EU co-funded project South Med WiA (Towards Greater Gender Equality: Promoting the Role and Image of Women in the Southern Mediterranean Audiovisual Sector), has launched its 2nd Call for Proposals.The objective of this call is to support projects addressing weaknesses and issues related to gender equality and the under-representation of women in the audiovisual sector in seven Southern Mediterranean countries: Algeria, Egypt, Jordan, Lebanon, Morocco, Palestine, Tunisia.

The present call includes the following lots:

  • Lot 1: Research activities
  • Lot 2: Training

SouthMed WiA project launches the 2nd Call for Proposals to support greater gender equality in the Southern Mediterranean Audiovisual Sector

Prix Italia (Rai) and the new web trends in PSM


Rome, 15 December 2017

Last December 15, Prix Italia (Rai) organised in Rome a brainstorming session for web and cross-media experts from all over the world.

With a web landscape in constant evolution, Public Service Broadcasters need to increase awareness about the current key trends and lead players in such field, where a great convergence process is taking place, transforming PSM more and more into cross-platform media.
This symposium represented the first step towards the celebrations for the 70th anniversary of Prix Italia international Festival, whose 2018 edition – focused on “The Memory of the…

Prix Italia (Rai) and the new web trends in PSM

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A “giant message” to reduce extreme poverty


Growth from agriculture can be 11 times more effective at reducing extreme poverty than growth in any other sector: with this powerful message carved by farmers in the very soil of Zambia, the IFAD – UN international financial institution specialized in food and agriculture – launches a global campaign aimed at raising awareness about the importance of long-term agricultural development to reduce poverty, build local economies, slow migration and feed the world’s growing population.

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A “giant message” to reduce extreme poverty

The new Egyptian National Media Authority


The Egyptian Radio and Television Union (ERTU) has become the National Media Authority.
COPEAM wishes to warmly welcome Mr. Hussein Zein as the new Head of the Organization and Mr. Amgad Baleigh as the new Secretary General.

The new Egyptian National Media Authority

2017 Public Broadcasters International Conference


Sinaia, 12-13 September

Radio Romania will host the 2017 Public Broadcasters International Conference (PBI) to be held on 12 and 13 September in Sinaia. 

This conference edition will offer to public service broadcasting executives from around the world an opportunity to meet and discuss about media development, to share experiences and ideas on how best to deal with challenges unique to the sector.

Registrations are open, sign-up at the following link https://pbi2017.srr.ro

For details about the conference programme and other information on the event, please visit the website http://pbi2017.srr.ro/

Click here for Radio Romania invitation letter

2017 Public Broadcasters International Conference