Tuesday, March 21, 2006

Diary Date, Taipei May 8 - 12, 2006. 30th Edition of the INPUT Conference

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INPUT( International Public Television Screening Conference) under the auspices of the Government Information Office, Taiwan is the only international conference that focuses specifically the innovative programs produced by public broadcasters.

This is INPUT's 30th anniversary. The conference segment of INPUT takes place in Taipei May 8-12. Some 80 or so best TV programs of the year are being screened.

Public broadcaster programs from the following countries are being screened at INPUT:

Ireland, UK, Korea, Bulgaria, Spain, Denmark, Finland, Sweden, Australia, Kyrgyzstan, Canada, France, Norway, Chile, Poland, USA, Italy, Germany, Latvia, Ukraine, Mexico, South Africa, Switzerland, Colombia, Brazil, Russia, Israel, Hong Kong, Japan and Taiwan

Over 1000 television broadcast professionals are attending from over 40 countries.

Named delegates to-date participating in various forums include:

RTHK-Hong Kong, Cheung Man-sun, Assistant Director of Broadcasting (Television)
NHK-Japan, Yoshinori Imai , Executive Editor/Program Host
KBS-Korea, Eun-Kyung Min, Head of International Relations Team
PTS-Taiwan, Yuan-hui Hu, President of PTS
Sukriti Foundation -India, Mr. Abhijit Das Gupta, Director
PTS-Taiwan, Ching Swen,Executive Vice-President
NHK-Japan, Sayumi Horie, Associate Director, International Co- Productions
MDA(Media Development Authority)-Singapore , Man Shu Sam, Programme Director
MBC-Korea, Chang Wook Choi, an Executive Producer/Director (Drama Programs)
Denmark TV2 ,Mette Hoffman Meyer,Chief Executive for Co-productions and Documentaries and Factual Programming
NHK-Japan, Takahiro Hamano, TV Director/Producer, Satellite Broadcasting
KBS, Korea, Sung-Min Choi , TV producer-International Relations Team

Click to INPUT web site

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