Deadly day for journalists in Afghanistan

Deadly day for journalists in Afghanistan

Monday 30 April has been one of the deadliest days for journalists working in Afghanistan. Ten journalists were among dozens killed in multiple attacks across the country. News Agency AFP says that it is the worst days for the country’s media since 2001. AFP...
Armenia: Media coverage of an ongoing crisis

Armenia: Media coverage of an ongoing crisis

Recent and ongoing unrest in Armenia, sparked by the recent appointment as prime minister of outgoing President Serzh Sarkisian, and his resignation a week later have been widely reported in domestic and international media. Nearly two thirds of Armenians name...
International broadcasts to Belarus – summary, April 2018

International broadcasts to Belarus – summary, April 2018

AIB overview of foreign broadcasts to Belarus Prepared by AIB media analyst Morand Fachot The media environment in Belarus is ranked as “Not Free” by independent media watchdogs, such as Freedom House or Reporters sans Frontières (RSF). The Belarusian Association...
New AIB Executive Committee elected

New AIB Executive Committee elected

Members of the Association for International Broadcasting have elected a new Executive Committee for the two years from 1 March 2018. The AIB Executive Committee provides governance and oversight of the activities of the Association and helps to define the strategic...
AIB Member update

AIB Member update

We’ve updated Members of the Association for International Broadcasting with news of some of the work and activities that the AIB is undertaking at present. From elections to the AIB’s Executive Committee – which provides governance and strategic...