Daily Archive: May 31, 2010

May 31

We, The Media, The Holy Cow

Tweet If there was one thing that kept me enthralled while on my hospital bed amidst the pristine white decor of the hospital rooms was the animated discussion on the “IPL gate” and the continuous breaking dope on Lalit Modi and associates on news channels. Fortunately, i was barred from taking phone calls, except for …

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May 31

Media, Empowerment and Development: Strategies to explore information and communication needs of citizens Project Launch & Capacity Building Seminar

Tweet MEDIeA seminar will be held on 7th June, 2010. The seminar will draw international experiences in exploring questions such as  how do we in practice research  needs, and how can relevant stakeholders – UN, civil society and academia – make use of the insights generated? For more information on the seminar click here. Venue: …

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May 31

Digital broadcasting to enhance TV and Internet access

Tweet ITU Guidelines for digital transition released at World Telecommunication Development Conference Hyderabad, India, 28 May 2010 – Guidelines to help countries manage their transition from analogue to digital broadcasting were presented yesterday during the ITU World Telecommunication Development Conference (WTDC-10) in Hyderabad, India. Delegates at the Conference also benefited from a hands-on demonstration of …

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May 31

Asia prepares for the World Cup

Tweet As Asian broadcasters prepare for football’s World Cup in South Africa, service providers are gearing up for a hectic time. GlobeCast is among the leaders with a big global effort to deliver the broadcast around the world including to broadcasters in Asia. The month-long tournament kicks off on 11 June. “We are receiving lots …

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