The International Broadcasting Trust works with the media to ensure that UK audiences remain engaged with global issues.

Reports

Faking It

Fake News and How it Impacts on the Charity Sector

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Video First

Is video the best way to promote your charity?

Climate Change on TV

What the Paris agreement means for broadcasters

Small Screen, Big World

How UK television portrayed the wider world in January 2016

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Liz Corbin from BBC World News

Meeting the editors

So what happens at an IBT briefing? We hold these events regularly so that our members can meet face to face with media decision makers. Our last briefing was with Liz Corbin, Head of News at BBC World News. The BBC is, of course, a leading broadcaster when it comes to international content so we were all […]

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Blue Planet II

The Blue Planet Effect

How good is TV coverage of the environment? Blue Planet II showed us the damage plastics are doing to our oceans. Hugh’s War on Waste highlighted waste from coffee cups that could not be recycled, vegetables grown by farmers but rejected by supermarkets and excess packaging from suppliers like Amazon. But how could TV do better? […]

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Sheffield DocFest

Sheffield DocFest

For those attending this year’s Sheffield DocFest, the documentary festival, look out for the session entitled SOS Planet Earth – Ways for Docs to Save the World.

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Constructive deconstruction: imagining alternative humanitarian action report

Reimagining the humanitarian system

The Humanitarian Policy Group at ODI has published a fascinating think piece on the future of the humanitarian system.

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IBT’s vision is of a world in which the media is a force that enables all people to be active global citizens. Our goal is that people in the UK have access to more and better coverage of the world and are able to find it easily through their favourite media.

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