ABU member RAI’s Italian headquarter in Rome was lit in a dramatic red colour to mark the International Day for the elimination of Violence against Women, which takes place every year on 25th November.
Among the associated meetings of ABU General Assembly 2020, the annual meeting of the ABU Technical Bureau took place as a virtual event on 23 November. The bureau heard current issues/challenges amid COVID-19 pandemic and their progress from its members.
The government of South Korea signed an agreement on Oct. 28 for its new eLoran system to support digital radio and television broadcasts. The Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) also provides for the government to use commercial radio and television infrastructure to transmit GNSS integrity and
Mr Iwaki Masakazu, Senior Director of NHK Engineering System Inc NHK-Japan, has won the ABU Broadcast Engineering Excellence Award for his promotion of AI technologies for programme production and his outstanding contributions to the ABU Technical Committee and ABU activities.
The final declaration of the Summit said: “As a symbol of humanity's resilience and global unity in overcoming COVID19, we commend Japan's determination to host the Olympic and Paralympic Games Tokyo 2020 next year. (…) We look forward to the Beijing Winter Olympics in 2022.”
Blue Bear is part of a Consortium which was recently awarded funding from the UK Space Agency as part of International Partnership Programme funding to develop an advanced targeted malaria control system.
Opened by the ABU Sports Group Chairman, Mr Kimoon Lee of Korean broadcaster, KBS, who warmly welcomed all the participants along with welcoming remarks by the Secretary-General ABU, Dr Javad Mottaghi, this virtual conference focused on the upcoming Olympic Games and other pertinent sports broadcasting
The Turkish public broadcaster TRT’s international news platform TRT World is now available on Azercosmos Azerspace-1 satellite located at 46.0 °E. Azercosmos’s Azerspace-1, Azerspace-2 and Azersky satellites, which provide video and data services and solutions to its customers across more than 50 countries in Central