The former anchor [1984 - 1991] of the Cameroon Radio and Television (CRTV), Eric Chinje, was appointed earlier this week as CEO of the African Media Initiative (AMI) for a term of three years, announced AMI’s Pca, Trevor Ncube.
AMI is a non-governmental, Pan-African organization based in Nairobi, Kenya which aims to strengthen private and independent media in Africa to promote democratic governance, social development and economic growth. AMI organizes the annual Leaders Forum of African media (AMLF), whose last edition was held in November 2013 in Addis Ababa.
Arab and Mediterranean film festival accepting submissions [MENA] Deadline: 6/20/14
Filmmakers and documentarians from the Arab world whose feature-length projects were produced in the last five years can submit their work to the festival.
The Arab and Mediterranean Film Festival of Catalonia seeks films from Arab countries to participate in this year's program. The festival aims to combat negative perceptions about the Arab world and build bridges among the Mediterranean community of nations.
The CNN MultiChoice African Journalist Competition is the most prestigious Awards for journalists on the continent. To enter, you will first need to create an online account by clicking 'create new account' on this page and then follow the instructions on the form.
Course: The Business of Television in a Changing Global Marketplace
Next Course: May 19 - June 20, 2014 Deadline to Register: May 12, 2014
The Business of Television in a Changing Global Marketplace is the second course offered by the International Academy of Television Arts & Sciences for aspiring industry professionals who wish to: Study online and in New York City.