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The 9th edition of “Inter-Rives”, the long standing TV coproduction promoted by COPEAM and ASBU, was recently launched. Through a call for participation spread in February 2022, public broadcasters from the two networks have been invited to join the project and take part in two professional workshops for the production – by each of them – of one documentary of 13’ on the main series’ topic. 

The first workshop will be hosted by COPEAM in Rome (May 2022) and the final one by ASBU in Tunis (February 2023), gathering the group of selected film-directors and the…

COPEAM at the 75th edition of Prix Italia

Bari, 2-6 October 2023

Over 250 programmes in competition with an extraordinary participation of more than 80 broadcasters from all continents responding to the call for entries for the Radio & Podcast, TV and Digital sections.

The 75th Prix Italia Festival, held in Bari from 2 to 6 October with the title “Engage Me”, has offered again this year a unique panorama of quality productions, as well as the trends and innovations of broadcasters from all over the world.

In this framework, COPEAM Secretary General Claudio Cappon took part in a panel focused…

COPEAM-EIB Transnational Newsroom in the framework of the COP28

Dubai, 4-8 December 2023

In the framework of the partnership with the EIB-European Investment Bank, COPEAM has set up a transnational newsroom to cover the COP28 United Nations Conference on Climate Change, hosted by the UAE in Dubai in December 2023.    
Under the coordination of a senior international expert and with the support of a local production team and of COPEAM staff, the 10 selected journalists worked for 3 intense days to produce news items about this huge international event, shooting, writing, recording and editing several reportages, analysis and interviews which were then published or aired…


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…

Kantara celebrates its 25th anniversary serving the Mediterranean

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…

COPEAM@ Media & Culture Days 2023

“The podcast revolution: new strategies in radio broadcasting” – International training by RAI in collaboration with COPEAM and ASBU

Rome, 22 -24 November 2023

A 3-day training about podcasting was organised by RAI in Rome, in collaboration with COPEAM and ASBU. 20 delegates from several public radios of the two networks – RTSH/Albania, BNR/Bulgaria, Radio Romania, RTK/Kosovo, RTS/Serbia, EPRS/Algeria, Tunisian Radio and Radio Tunisienne RTCI, ERT/Greece, Radio Liban, Saudi Broadcasting Authority (SBA), SNRT/Morocco – and from ASBU radio department attended the workshop.

Various professionals from Radio Rai and Rai Play Sound shared their experiences with their international colleagues about the ongoing transition from traditional radio to digital sound; the latest trends and strategies; the distribution and promotion on…

“The podcast revolution: new strategies in radio broadcasting” – International training by RAI in collaboration with COPEAM and ASBU

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Grand Prix Nova Radio Drama Festival 2024 – open for entries

Grand Prix Nova is a festival organized by the Romanian Radio Broadcasting Corporation. This festival is a competition, opened to public broadcasters and independent producers.

Grand Prix Nova aims to attract radio drama productions from all over the world. We are particularly interested in rewarding innovative artistic works that explore new approaches to radio broadcasting.

We like to define innovation as the artistic trend that reaches out to the new generations by discovering, experimenting and implementing more efficient technical and aesthetic approaches to deliver its message.

The festival has three competitive sections: radio…

Grand Prix Nova Radio Drama Festival 2024 – open for entries

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…

Mediterradio, the voice of the Western islands

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…

Presentation of TRT – Turkish Radio Television