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ABU Media and Culture Days 2022

2022-12-06 to 2022-12-08
December 6, 2022

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ABU Media and Culture Days 2022

2022-12-06 to 2022-12-08
December 6, 2022

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Programme Department

Event details

  • 2022-12-06 to 2022-12-08

Contact event manager

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Book your tickets

Thank you Kindly

ABU Media and Culture Days 2022

2022-12-06 to 2022-12-08
December 6, 2022

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ABU Media and Culture Days 2022

2022-12-06 to 2022-12-08
December 6, 2022

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Turmoil around the world over recent years has presented great challenges the media must confront if we are to continue serving our audiences and our nations. Faced by accelerating technological change, the COVID pandemic and global political and economic uncertainties, the desire for a return to comfort and consistency have exposed many issues, among them the crucial role culture plays in our national lives.
The media in general and national public service broadcasters in particular are cornerstones of those cultural lives, so how are we facing these challenges in 2022 and beyond?
Some of the answers to this important question will be found at this year’s Media & Culture Days conference to be hosted by Radio Republik Indonesia (RRI) in Bali, from 6 to 8 December 2022. This international forum organised by the Asia-Pacific Broadcasting Union and Radio Romania is a bridge for dialogue between media and culture experts from the Asia-Pacific and other continents, dedicated to examining the role of media in promoting, creating and preserving culture.
The 2022 edition will be held against the backdrop of a global economic downturn and a world emerging out of restrictions and border closures. We will therefore focus on showcasing practical initiatives that benefit local economies and promote future sustainability for the Small and Medium Enterprises that are the backbone of the cultural market.
The agenda this year will focus on a number of critical areas including: sustainable culture and how media sustains culture; we will see case studies from members showcasing remarkable cultural projects; we will explore how to harness new platforms to make great cultural programs; and we will plan the first ever ABU cultural program exchange, supported by a cross-platform co-production on the cultural icons of Asia-Pacific. We will also create an ABU Culture Committee to drive projects year-round.
The conference is a chance to see what other people are doing of value, to share your own noteworthy initiatives, harvest new ideas, join new initiatives, and meet other people facing the same challenges as you.
This second edition of the ABU Media & Culture Days will be heavy on showcasing practical initiatives that actually work and sharing information about activities of which people are especially proud. As usual, we will have plenty of opportunities for informal networking and also chance to enjoy some of the unique cultural gems of our Indonesian hosts.

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DATES
6-8 December 2022

VENUE
Mercure Kuta Bali

CONTACT DETAILS
Olya Booyar
olya@abu.org.my

HOSTED BY
Radio Republik Indonesia