Sunday, 16 January 2011

[creative-radio] RadioAsia2011 Conference (RAC2011)


RadioAsia2011 Conference (RAC2011) addresses on-going developments in radio
broadcasting content and services while highlighting the near future
opportunities and challenges. RA2011 will focus on the how these advances
will become instrumental in shaping radio as a global medium of choice for
mass audiences, as also for niche audiences.

Conference Structure

The event comprises four workshops, each spanning 90 minutes, addressing
current subjects of a practical nature.

Commencing with a special opening session, the conference will have ten
sessions covering two and a half days.

Conference Issues

Building on the new multi-platform radio for global audiences, the
conference will explore related issues in programming, marketing, regulatory
policies, and audience strategies, bringing together different ideas and
experiences on

· future role of radio as a global medium;

· paradigm shift in content programming, keeping in view interactivity as

· the need for a healthy mix of public and commercial radio for serving
the needs of the traditional and new audiences and laying the foundation of

· sustainable and viable future for radio globally

· the impact of technical advancements on content and services in the age of

AHM. Bazlur Rahman-S21BR
Chief Executive Officer
Bangladesh NGOs Network for Radio and Communication (BNNRC)
[NGO in Special Consultative Status with the UN Economic and Social Council]
Head, Community Radio Academy

House: 13/1, Road: 2, Shaymoli, Dhaka-1207
Post Box: 5095, Dhaka 1205 Bangladesh

Phone: 88-02-9130750, 88-02-9138501
Cell: 01711881647 Fax: 88-02-9138501-105

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