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See the Guardian and CBA WorldView Bangladesh interactive Film and TV for learning: call for entries Meet our globetrotting broadcasters The score with storytelling

See the Guardian and CBA WorldView Bangladesh interactive

We teamed up with the Guardian newspaper to launch ‘The shirt on your back’, a moving, immersive multimedia project about the human cost of the Bangladeshi garment industry

Film and TV for learning: call for entries

Broadcasters and filmmakers: got a pitch or a completed film that cultivates learning and understanding? Don't miss the opportunity to enter the Japan Prize

Meet our globetrotting broadcasters

Introducing the recipients of this year’s CBA Travel Bursary, enabling broadcasters to go on international exchange to share knowledge

The score with storytelling

Ten reasons why music is integral to the impact of documentary. Films we have supported through our broadcast media scheme, WorldView

Prince George christening footage on CBA News Exchange

CBA members have free downloadable broadcast access to scenes outside baby Prince George’s christening in London

Professor Higgs interview available on CBA News Exchange

CBA members can have free broadcast access to an interview with this year’s joint Nobel prize winner for physics

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Registration is open!

Join us for our conference, Hitting the Right Note: Music and Public Service Broadcasting on 11–14 May 2014. The event will be hosted by BBC Scotland in its state of the art Glasgow headquarters – a great chance to sample the culture of Scotland in the run-up to this year’s Commonwealth Games. Follow the conversation on music and public media via the hashtag #CBAGlasgow.

Broadcast moves

The latest high-level appointments and departures in radio and television

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World Service comes under BBC funding and control

April 1 marks a watershed for the BBC World Service, which for all of its 82-year history has been funded by the UK Government’s Foreign and Commonwealth Office.

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Broadcasters are not islands in the stream

The landscape of music-streaming services has grown so large it now looks like a delta – and what does this delta mean for music broadcasting?

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BBC to put arts and music centre stage, says Tony Hall

The Director-General of the BBC, Tony Hall, has unveiled an ambitious strategy for BBC Arts, which includes increased public engagement through events, a new digital offering and closer working with artists and institutions.

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  • April 22, 2014Digital Radio Broadcasting Summit – Africa
  • May 3, 2014Asia Media Summit, Jeddah, Saudia Arabia
  • May 11, 2014CBA Conference
  • May 22, 2014Radio Asia 2014
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