Broadcast - In Brief


- Madagascar: A report traces the history and the major issues as well as the latest update of Digital Terrestrial Television in the country, click here to view the repost:

- The fictional concept at the heart of the television series 'Revolution' - which picks up 15 years after the start of a worldwide blackout - is the day-to-day reality for billions of people living without power, a reality United Nations field staff helped flesh out for the show's writers ahead of its second season, which premiered last night at UN Headquarters in New York. Portrayals of endless tents at "Savannah Refugee Camp" and war lords offering hostages sweet tea at the beginning of a meeting are taken directly from experiences UN workers have had in places like Afghanistan, Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC), Sudan, and Syria.