The International Broadcasting Trust  builds interest and support for global development on TV, on radio and online.

Reports

The Environment on TV

- are broadcasters meeting the challenge?

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An Uncertain Future

- the threat to current affairs television.

Kony 2012

- lessons from the Stop Kony 2012 campaign.

Connecting to the World

- how campaigners can be more effective with online audiences.

Twitter

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HIV and stigma – the media challenge

We’re now working on a new piece of research which looks at HIV and stigma, and the role the media can play in tackling this.

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The World Service

From April 1st, the World Service moves from Foreign Office to licence fee funding.

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Making sense of the global economy

We have just launched our new project which explores media coverage of the global economy.

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BBC Charter Renewal

The Culture Media and Sport Select Committee has announced a new inquiry into the future of the BBC.

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WELCOME !

Welcome to our website where we present our latest research reports and provide IBT members with regular updates on the media industry and highlight opportunities for NGOs to communicate more effectively across a range of media.

IBT members have exclusive access to the members’ area on this site, so they can register for events including briefings with executives from television, radio and online, training sessions, master classes and debates.

We’re delighted that our membership is growing and we welcome any inquiries from organizations interested in joining. We also welcome feedback on our events, research and website.

 Mark Galloway

IBT Director

Annual Report 2013

2013 was one of our busiest and most productive years to date. We published two research reports, hosted a number of events including briefings and training sessions for our members, submitted evidence to inquiries by Ofcom, the BBC Trust, the Culture, Media and Sport Select Committee and the House of Lords Communications Committee. We expanded our membership and had regular meetings with media regulators, broadcasters and parliamentarians.

 

It’s particularly rewarding that our research continues to be widely praised and is of practical benefit to both media organisations and NGOs. We have now built up a substantial body of research, having published 15 reports since 2006. All of these are available to be downloaded from our website

 

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