Kantara celebrates its 25th anniversary serving the Mediterranean

Twenty-five years, a quarter of a century during which the Kantara team has been waiting for us every week for the Mediterranean radio rendezvous.

To begin this anniversary season, the program’s 6 journalists have done a remarkable work, while the region has been affected by dramatic and terribly deadly events such as the earthquake in Morocco and the new conflict in the Middle East.

With its multicultural approach, this unique magazine offers a transnational reading of current affairs and the major issues facing Mediterranean societies, thanks to thematic broadcasts as well as reports and…

COPEAM@ Media & Culture Days 2023

Bucharest, 16-17 November 2023 

Organized by Radio Romania and ABU (Asia-Pacific Broadcasting Union), this event was the continuation of the Media 2020 conference series held from 2015 to 2020, and which succeeded in enhancing a successful dialogue between media professionals from Europe and Asia.

This year’s edition, titled Diverse and distinctive: How culture powers public service media, focused on cultural content, diversity and inclusion, and on the role of public broadcasters for national, regional and local communities as cohesive cultural engines.

COPEAM was invited to moderate one of the main panels, devoted to deepening…

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Mediterradio, the voice of the Western islands

Every week, Sardinia, Sicily and Corsica meet thanks to Mediterradio, the voice of islands.

Half an hour of immersion in news and culture, a program created in 1997 and hosted today by Vito Biolchini from Cagliari, Adélaïde Costa in Palermo and Jérôme Susini in Ajaccio. Mediterradio continues its mission to bring the large islands of the Western Mediterranean into dialogue on issues of great importance, such as those related to the environment, Euro-Mediterranean cooperation, identity and minority languages. A place of exchange and growth, for a rapprochement between different realities which, in recent years, has also…

Presentation of TRT – Turkish Radio Television

TRT, established on May 1st 1964, was set up as an autonomous public organization, bringing a public and institutional identity to radio and television broadcasting in Turkey.
TRT currently has 9 channels: TRT-1 (24-hour generalist channel); TRT-2 (news/information, art and culture); TRT-3 (timeshares with TV-G.A.P which provides broadcasts in the southeastern Anatolia region as well as parliamentary proceedings and sports events); TRT-4 (music, documentary); TRT-5 (Anatolian channel, in test transmission), TRT-6 (generalist channel in Kurdish language); TRT-Cocuk (children’s channel); TRT-Avaz (Channel for the Turkic World) and TRT-TURK (World News). All 9 channels broadcast over of 1140 hours of…

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