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In less than two years since its launch, the RT America YouTube channel has reached a milestone which puts it ahead of many older, established, mainstream TV channels, including Fox and CNN.
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The Russian government’s international radio broadcasting service Voice of Russia will stop its shortwave broadcasts from January 1 next year. The radio will mostly use local FM transmitters in target countries.
Al-Jazeera, the pan-Arabic news channel, has always battled charges of bias, both from government officials in the Middle East and from those in Washington. But on Monday, the bias claims came from an unusual source: other Middle Eastern journalists. The criticism comes at sensitive time, as satellite network prepares to launch a news channel in the United States.
Commentary of Premier League games will be heard in the People’s Republic of China thanks to a new international talkSPORT deal. The station has partnered with Adrep China Advertising Services Limited, an advertising sales, marketing and business support services company with offices in Beijing and Shanghai, to develop national sports radio marketing services in the People’s Republic of China.
The number one French news channel, France 24, signs a deal with Yamgo TV to distribute the latest news and breaking headlines to viewers around the globe via mobile devices and computers.
Short wave broadcasts of World Service Arabic will end by next April, while the Cyprus short wave relay station will close.
DW Akademie increases its activities in Tunisia to support the country’s ongoing democratization process. A new project for Tunisian radio and TV journalists focuses on election and political reporting.
The interactive is part of a series of digital specials ahead of the Olympics, born out of collaboration between BBC World Service editorial, developers and design staff.
Since March, Bush House has been emptying gradually. Region by region and floor by floor, the language services have been leaving. Now the move is almost complete, the building is silent and the lifts come unnervingly fast. The central newsroom is the last to leave, waiting until midday on Thursday 12 July, when the final five-minute bulletin will be read, and then the switch will be complete.
A quarter of a billion people around the world are tuning into the BBC's global news service every week.The Global Audience Estimate shows that in the year 2012-13 the BBC's global news services on TV, radio and online reached 256m people each week, a rise of 7% or 16.6m.
Registrations open until Friday, September 6 2013 Subject- For each of your radio channels, you can register one or two programmes into the competition on the subject "FRONTIERS". - The content of these programmes will deal with this subject in a very open way: geographical frontiers, frontiers in the mind, frontiers in creation, frontiers in relationships,... Registrations- Free registrations for any private or public radiobroadcasting organism and the associations/institutions which are dedicated to broadcasting- Length of programmes: 60 minutes maximum- The programmes will be presented in their original version. A script should be provided in English or in French if the proposed version is in neither of these two languages- Rules and registration form available on http://www.urti.org/grand-prix-radio - Programmes to be sent on CD or preferably to http://www.urti.org/grand-prix-radio-inscription Awards- The final Jury will give the statute of "finalist programme" to the ten best programmes in competition- The award-winner of the Grand Prix will get a sum of 5,000 $ as well as the gold medal- Three other rewards will be given among the nine other finalist programmes: silver medal, bronze medal and Jacques Matthey-Doret award for discovery For further information: firstname.lastname@example.org
The news channel Al Jazeera Mubasher Misr saw 22 members of staff resign on Monday in Egypt over what they alleged was coverage that was out of sync with real events in Egypt.
Officially launched on October 2, Euronews Radio is now available on 11 digital platforms as well as on the App Store (free app for iPad and iPhone) and Google Play. Euronews Radio claims it has 300,000 listeners.
BBC World Service and ETV Network have announced the launch of the BBC HindiTV programme - Global India on five channels of ETV, India’s leading regional network across the country’s Hindi-speaking states.
VOA's support of the political conventions is "the most technically complex and challenging assignment we face," says Radio Broadcast Technician Gary Jaffe.
The German broadcaster is using SMS and dial-to-listen radio shows to reach an audience with limited Internet access.
Deutsche Welle has launched the multimedia project Wonders of World Heritage. It presents all 37 UNESCO World Heritage Sites in Germany through videos, photos and texts. The project will appear in 17 languages.