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The Real Jamaican Radio group consists of seven brands operating across TV, radio and digital. Its raison d’être is to promote positive change through broadcasting. RJR’s pioneering roots go back to Radio Jamaica in 1939, and it is now one of the biggest media companies in the Caribbean.
+-*The International Communication Association’s annual conference will interpret the theme ‘Communication across the life span’
+-*The Asia-Pacific Institute for Broadcasting Development presents annual awards for broadcast filmmaking – this year’s themes are on climate change.
+-*The Asia-Pacific Broadcasting Union’s conference on radio will explore the importance of the creative power of the medium.
+-*An event that brings the international documentary family together to celebrate the art and business of documentary making.
+-*Deutsche Welle’s annual forum this year focuses on the theme of foreign policy in the digital age
Where we work: 102 member broadcasters in 54 countries