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- 2 - QUESTION ITU-R 143-2/6 Advanced Immersive[footnoteRef:1] Sensory Media Systems for Programme Production, Exchange and Presentation for Broadcasting [1: The term “immersive” is deemed to include any format or medium or platform that offers or engages an audience by employing sensory based technologies such as audio, video and haptic and enables any form of interaction or control of the content presentation.] (2017-2019-2020) The ITU Radiocommunication Assembly, considering a) that Virtual Reality, Augmented Reality, 360° video, three-dimensional (3D) video and audio and other immersive sensory media technologies have caught the attention of the content providers, audiences, and the associated consumer technology vendors; b) that television and radio programme makers and others are exploring such advanced immersive systems to enhance the audiences experience of their content; c) that systems to further enhance immersive sensory media by employing haptic technologies are being developed; d) that currently immersive sensory media content is usually acquired and produced to the requirements of specific delivery or distribution technologies; e) that there are no agreed measures or means to assess the quality of the images, associated audio and haptic reproduction of advanced immersive sensory media content; f) that there are no criteria for assessing if the “Quality of Experience” expectations of the intended audience of advanced immersive sensory media content, are being met; g) that broadcasters are distributing programme content to audiences via an increasing number of interactive delivery platforms; h) that some viewers have documented experience of eye fatigue, dizziness, or nausea in viewing some Virtual Reality or Augmented Reality content, and device performance parameters, viewing time, and content type may all influence these undesired reactions, decides that the following Questions should be studied 1 What are the appropriate audio, video and haptic parameters for production, exchange and presentation of advanced immersive sensory media content? (...) 3 What conditions including audio-visual and haptic reproduction devices should be assumed for viewing of advanced immersive sensory media content in production and consumer viewing? 4 What metadata is required to allow accurate exchange and reproduction of advanced immersive sensory media content? 5 How do device performance parameters interact with production decisions to avoid or minimize eye fatigue, dizziness, or nausea in audiences when viewing advanced immersive sensory media content?
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PowerPoint Presentation Trade FaciliTaTion and rules oF origin TFa gaTT roo TRANSPARENCY ADVANCE RULINGS PROCEDURES FOR APPEAL OR REVIEW SMALL CONSIGNMENTS CONSULARIZATION TRANSPARENCY Publication vs. notification Two new elements Encouragement to publish through the internet Establish, within available resources, an enquiry point Other discussions Language of publication Non-preferential rules of origin ADVANCE RULINGS Same as assessments of origin? Time to issue Who can request Period of validity Reasons to decline Time to issue an advance ruling New elements Publication of the time to issue an advance Preceding discplines 150 days Trade Facilitation Agreement …issue an advance ruling in a reasonable, time-bound manner to the applicant that has submitted a written request containing all necessary information… Each Member shall publish, at a minimum: (b) the time period by which it will issue an advance ruling; and Agreement on Rules of Origin …issued as soon as possible but no later than 150 days after a request for such an assessment provided that all necessary elements have been submitted.… An importer An exporter A representative Who can request an advance ruling Period of validity Trade Facilitation Agreement The advance ruling shall be valid for a reasonable period of time after its issuance unless the law, facts, or circumstances supporting that ruling have changed. (...) Declining the issuance  If the ruling is pending before any governmental agency, appellate tribunal or court  It has already been decided by any appellate tribunal or court. ■ Reasons must be provided in writing ■ Non-exhaustive list APPEAL OR REVIEW PROCEDURES Points of clarification Pre-existing elements Maintain review procedures Two-tiered approach New elements Any person who has been issued an administrative decision Alternative routes—administrative and judicial Time to conclude proceedings SMALL CONSIGNMENTS De minimis value CONSULARIZATION Thank you helen.chang@wto.org Slide Number 1 Slide Number 2 Slide Number 3 Transparency Two new elements Other discussions Advance rulings Slide Number 8 Time to issue an advance ruling Slide Number 10 Who can request an advance ruling Period of validity Declining the issuance Appeal or review procedures Pre-existing elements New elements Small consignments Consularization Thank you
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Panellists will include one representative of national machineries for the advancement of women from each of the sub-regions. II. Background The Beijing Platform for Action emphasized that national machineries for the advancement of women have been established in almost every Member State to, inter alia, design, promote the implementation of, execute, monitor, evaluate, advocate and mobilize support for policies that promote the advancement of women. National machineries for the advancement of women are the central policy-coordinating units in governments.
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Panellists will include one representative of national machineries for the advancement of women from each of the sub-regions. II. Background The Beijing Platform for Action emphasized that national machineries for the advancement of women have been established in almost every Member State to, inter alia, design, promote the implementation of, execute, monitor, evaluate, advocate and mobilize support for policies that promote the advancement of women. National machineries for the advancement of women are the central policy-coordinating units in governments.
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