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Internet Broadcasting Training for Media Professionals in Central Asia

14-10-2002 ()
<b>Internet Broadcasting Training for Media Professionals in Central Asia</b>
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Internet Broadcasting, latest offshoot in broadcasting indeed, has added a new dimension to the existing broadcasting scenario. This is why UNESCO organizes a Sub regional “Competency Building Workshop on Internet Broadcasting” in the Media School of Almaty (Kazakhstan) from 11 to 15 November 2002.
Open to twelve participants to be selected by UNESCO, this seminar will cover a wide range of topics. Some basic issues will be addressed such as: What is Internet Broadcasting or what are the Internet Broadcasting technologies available today? But more specialized and professional topics will also be covered such as the review of softwares for streaming (Real Player and Real Producer or Windows media Player), the use of the programming languages such as SMIL and SMIM or even the skills necessary to broadcast News over the Web.

The expected participants for this workshop are both Radio and TV professionals and preference will be given to Programming Executives with 5 years experience in programming for Broadcasting organizations. After completing the workshop, the participants are expected to be able to identify the essential features of Internet Broadcasting, bring out the various applications and implications of using Internet Broadcasting in day-to-day life and broadcasting scenario. Last, the participants are expected to be able to work towards Internet Broadcasting programming and Building up Internet Radio and TV Station.
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