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Annual General Assembly 2014

From August 18 to 21, 2014 media executives, policy-makers, industry product suppliers and content producers from the English, Dutch and Spanish-speaking Caribbean and beyond met in Paramaribo, Suriname for the 45th Annual General Assembly (AGA) of the Union. There they took stock of individual and collective progress, and made key decisions to move the sector forward, in the face of current and looming challenges.

Opening ceremony of the 45th Annual General Assembly

Other documents from the Annual General Assembly

 

Sports Rights: Entitlements or Responsibilities?
Monday Aug 18, 10:45am to 12:45pm
Sports Rights in the Caribbean
West Indies Cricket Board Chief Executive Officer Michael Muirhead presentation at 45th General Assembly of the Caribbean Broadcasting Union Conference Paramaribo, Suriname
CANOC Letter to CBU
CBU Session 1 Day 1 Assembly
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Prospects for Economic Growth and Opportunities in CARICOM Media Industry
Monday Aug 18, 1:45pm to 4:10pm
Prospects for Growth and Opportunities in the CARICOM Media Industry
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Progress and Opportunities in Digital Transition
Tuesday Aug 19, 9:00am to 5:00pm
Digital Transition Forum 1
Digital Transition Forum 2
Digital Transition Forum 3
Digital Transition Forum 4
Digital Transition Forum 5
Digital Transition Forum 6

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Screening of CBU Members’ Programming Wednesday, August 20, 2014

Screening

 

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Setting the Agenda for Media-Training and Capacity-Building
Wednesday Aug 20, 9:00am to 10:30am
Update on New Academic Programmes and Institutional Reforms at CARIMAC – by Hopeton S. Dunn, Ph.D.
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Gender & Media in the Caribbean
Wednesday Aug 20, 10:45am to 1:00pm
Gender Workshop
Why Gender equality is urgent and good business
Gender Mainstreaming
GENDER SENSITIVE INDICATORS FOR MEDIA (GSIM) – UNESCO COMMUNICATION AND INFORMATION SECTOR SECTION FOR MEDIA AND SOCIETY by Christine Norton