Bucharest, 3-4 October 2019
COPEAM has been invited in the 5th Media 2020 Conference, an intercontinental media dialogue platform co-organized by Radio Romania and the Asia-Pacific Broadcasting Union (ABU) and aimed to discover what unites and what divides Asia and Europe in the new digital age.
The event brought together experts and media leaders from the East and the West to examine how the digital world is evolving and how public service media are adapting to such environment.
This topic was at the core of the roundtable during which the Secretary General of COPEAM and other…
Rome, 24 September 2019
How can the documentary genre transcend the cultural boundaries of a country and attract different audiences? What are the most effective forms of cooperation in this sector adopted by broadcasters and producers in various parts of the world? These are some of the key questions at the heart of the meeting “The Art of cross-cultural storytelling“, which took place in Rome on September 24th as a part of Rai’s international festival Prix Italia.
A group of experts from Rai/Italy, NHK/Japan, EBS/Korea, EBU-European Broadcasting Union, TAL-Televisión América Latina and COPEAM, opened a very interesting public debate…
Bucharest, 2 October 2019
Radio Romania organizes on Thursday, October 3, the fifth edition of the Media 2020 Conference, jointly with the Asia-Pacific Broadcasting Union (ABU). The event brings together over 40 representatives of major public media organizations in Europe and Asia-Pacific. Dr. Javad Mottaghi, ABU Secretary General, Graham Ellis, Director of BBC Radio, Chairman of the EBU Radio Committee and Prix Italia President, Dr. Yan Bo, Deputy Director of CCTV, China, Claudio Cappon, Secretary General of COPEAM-Permanent Conference of the Mediterranean Audiovisual Operators, Giacomo Ghisani, Deputy Director of Radio Vaticana, are among the prominent media professionals and…
In March 2019, the Council of Europe Committee of Ministers adopted a new Recommendation on Preventing and Combating Sexism. Not only does this text contain the first ever internationally agreed definition of sexism, but it also proposes a set of concrete measures to combat this wide-spread phenomenon. Last week, with the aim to promote the fight against sexism and the implementation of this Recommendation, the Council has launched a video and an action page under the hashtag #StopSexism and the slogan “Sexism: See it. Name it. Stop it.” In the upcoming months and starting from its outstanding…