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Themes: Correspondents , ICT , Internet , Mobile , Programming , Radio format , Issues of local public concern , Editorial work , Financial management , Financial planning , Journalism , Entrepreneurship , Income-generation Link: Read more Comment count: 0 comments Date: 31/10 Workshop for Bush Radio’s staff and correspondents in South Africa Image: Introduction: A five-day workshop, from 27 to31 October 2014, was held at Bush Radio in Cape Town, South Africa, to enhance the station’s operations especially when working with correspondents. (...) Themes: Correspondents , ICT , Internet , Mobile , Programming , Radio format , Gender equality , Issues of local public concern , Editorial work , Interaction , Journalism Link: Read more Comment count: 0 comments Date: 17/10 Workshop on the use of ICTs at Live FM in Namibia Image: Introduction: UNESCO carried out a workshop from 13 to 17 October 2014 at Live FM community radio station premises, in Namibia, on the use of ICTs for reporting and broadcasting. (...) Themes: Correspondents , ICT , Internet , Mobile , Programming , Radio format , Editorial work , Interaction , Broadcasting , Journalism Link: Read more Comment count: 0 comments Date: 12/08 Workshop on the use of Skype and YouTube for news gathering and reporting at Mwanedu FM, in Kenya Image: Introduction: UNESCO supported Mwanedu FM to carry out a two-day training workshop.
Language:English
Score: 815222.85 - https://en.unesco.org/radioict/node/89
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Themes: Correspondents , ICT , Internet , Mobile , Programming , Radio format , Gender equality , Issues of local public concern , Editorial work , Interaction , Journalism Link: Read more Comment count: 0 comments Date: 17/10 Workshop on the use of ICTs at Live FM in Namibia Image: Introduction: UNESCO carried out a workshop from 13 to 17 October 2014 at Live FM community radio station premises, in Namibia, on the use of ICTs for reporting and broadcasting. (...) Themes: Correspondents , ICT , Internet , Mobile , Programming , Radio format , Editorial work , Interaction , Broadcasting , Journalism Link: Read more Comment count: 0 comments Date: 12/08 Workshop on the use of Skype and YouTube for news gathering and reporting at Mwanedu FM, in Kenya Image: Introduction: UNESCO supported Mwanedu FM to carry out a two-day training workshop. (...) Themes: Correspondents , ICT , Internet , Mobile , Radio format , Gender equality , Issues of local public concern , Interaction , Journalism Link: Read more Comment count: 0 comments Date: 28/03 Workshop on editorial, programming and monitoring with gender focus in Lusaka, Zambia Image: Introduction: A four-day workshop took place in Lusaka, Zambia, on editorial, programming and monitoring matters from 24 to 28 March 2014.
Language:English
Score: 815222.85 - https://en.unesco.org/radioict/node/77
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Microsoft PowerPoint - Erber Offshore Outsourcing.ppt Ort, Datum Autor Offshore Outsourcing A global shift in the present IT industry by Georg Erber Presentation at the UN ECE-Seminar: Fostering Internet Enterprise Development by Governments and Large Companies through Subcontracting, October 5th 2004, Brussels, Belgium Author Georg Erber Date January 6,2004 Agenda – Internet Enterprise Development rests crucially on the ability of SMEs in particular to participate in the globalisation process effectively via subcontracting with global players and to have access to a global customer base – via Internet communication SMEs could link globally and by this overcome barriers to international trade in services in particular – E-business is a mean for SMEs to participate in the restructuring of the global supply chains successfully – Offshore Outsourcing of IT (OOIT) services has become a key driver for large companies or government institutions to effectively utilize cost advantages of suppliers around the world to become more efficient Author Georg Erber Date January 6,2004 Globalisation and the Restructuring of Value Chains • key incentive for global companies and governments is to improve the efficiency of their value chains • by using outsourcing as a means to focus on key competencies where their company has a comparative advantage compared to other suppliers, companies tend to reduce their exposure to inefficiencies in areas where they do not • in particular in non-essential business areas this could lead to mutual gains for outsourcing companies and their subcontractors who do this outsourced activity as their core business Author Georg Erber Date January 6,2004 What is Offshoring/Onshoring? (...) – It is just the combination of the two. – Companies who have first outsourced to domestic suppliers of intermediate goods and services now start to move these contracts offshore – Or contrary companies who first went offshore first e.g. to Hungary or India for software development, start to outsource these activities done before by a local subsidiary to local suppliers – This leads to a dramatic disintegration of traditional value chains Author Georg Erber Date January 6,2004 subcontracting as a mean of a new international division of labour – New ways of subcontracting have occurred with e- procurement systems via the Internet (e.g. Covisint, EU- public procurement systems) – This offers in particular SMEs easier access to international markets – However, there are barriers to access for SMEs in particular to overcome language differences, cultural and institutional barriers (e.g. legal systems, regulations, standards) – These could become significant impediments for SMEs of e.g. new EU member countries to internalise the benefits of the larger economic area easily Author Georg Erber Date January 6,2004 Internet-based international trade in services • A key driver for enabling offshore companies to link into a global value chain is the Internet • The Internet dramatically reduces the transaction costs to communicate globally almost instantly • The ability to give access 24/7 via Internet to global trading partners, makes a huge amount of before international non-tradeable services now tradeable • This brings into effect the calculus of comparative advantage of IT-service production to an ever increasing number of global locations Author Georg Erber Date January 6,2004 Broadband Communication via Internet – This transformation of the ability to communicate via the Internet changes by the still ongoing rapid diffusion of Internet connections accross the world lowers the first order digital divide (basic access) in particular in many developing countries – Broadband communication via the Internet is the next step in the evolution to move multimedia content around the globe easily creating the risk of a second order digital divide (high quality of access) Author Georg Erber Date January 6,2004 What activities are outsourced?
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Score: 814112.45 - https://unece.org/fileadmin/DA...ie/wp8/internet/brus/erber.pdf
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Themes: Correspondents , ICT , Internet , Mobile , Programming , Radio format , Gender equality , Issues of local public concern , Editorial work , Interaction , Journalism Link: Read more Comment count: 0 comments Date: 17/10 Workshop on the use of ICTs at Live FM in Namibia Image: Introduction: UNESCO carried out a workshop from 13 to 17 October 2014 at Live FM community radio station premises, in Namibia, on the use of ICTs for reporting and broadcasting. (...) Themes: Correspondents , ICT , Internet , Mobile , Programming , Radio format , Editorial work , Interaction , Broadcasting , Journalism Link: Read more Comment count: 0 comments Date: 04/06 Workshop on the role of correspondents at Mangelete FM, in Kenya Image: Introduction: UNESCO carried out a workshop at Mangelete FM, in Kenya, on the role of correspondents to feed local news and collect testimonies from 3 to 4 June 2014. (...) Themes: Correspondents , ICT , Internet , Mobile , Issues of local public concern , Interaction , Journalism , Networking Link: Read more Comment count: 0 comments Date: 19/03 Pangani FM hosts workshop on monitoring and techniques, Tanzania Image: Introduction: Pangani FM local radio in Tanga, Tanzania, hosted an ICT workshop for 18 participants from nine different local radio stations, on the 17 th to the 19 th of March 2014.
Language:English
Score: 813693.16 - https://en.unesco.org/radioict...orrespondents%E2%80%99-network
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Themes: Correspondents , ICT , Internet , Mobile , Programming , Radio format , Issues of local public concern , Editorial work , Financial management , Financial planning , Journalism , Entrepreneurship , Income-generation Link: Read more Comment count: 0 comments Date: 02/12 Humanitarian reporting and development journalism workshop in South Africa Image: Introduction: UNESCO conducted a training workshop on humanitarian reporting and development journalism for correspondents from five community radios in South Africa, from 1 to 2 December 2014. (...) Themes: Correspondents , ICT , Internet , Mobile , Programming , Radio format , Gender equality , Issues of local public concern , Editorial work , Interaction , Journalism Link: Read more Comment count: 0 comments Date: 21/06 Mangelete FM, in Kenya, trained on reporting skills to cover deforestation Image: Introduction: UNESCO provided a workshop for Mangelete FM staff, in Kenya, to raise their capacity to produce radio programmes on issues of local concern from 20 to 21 June 2014. (...) Themes: Correspondents , ICT , Internet , Mobile , Radio format , Gender equality , Issues of local public concern , Interaction , Journalism Link: Read more Comment count: 0 comments Date: 16/04 Workshop on correspondent's use of ICTs in Jozi FM Image: Introduction: A workshop aimed at strengthening Jozi FM’s network of correspondents and increasing their knowledge on ICTs was carried out from 24 to 28 March 2014 for 6 correspondents and a focal person for monitoring radio schedule.
Language:English
Score: 813693.16 - https://en.unesco.org/radioict...es/issues-local-public-concern
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Themes: Correspondents , ICT , Internet , Mobile , Programming , Radio format , Gender equality , Issues of local public concern , Editorial work , Interaction , Journalism Link: Read more Comment count: 0 comments Date: 17/10 Workshop on the use of ICTs at Live FM in Namibia Image: Introduction: UNESCO carried out a workshop from 13 to 17 October 2014 at Live FM community radio station premises, in Namibia, on the use of ICTs for reporting and broadcasting. (...) Themes: Correspondents , ICT , Internet , Mobile , Programming , Radio format , Editorial work , Interaction , Broadcasting , Journalism Link: Read more Comment count: 0 comments Date: 04/06 Workshop on the role of correspondents at Mangelete FM, in Kenya Image: Introduction: UNESCO carried out a workshop at Mangelete FM, in Kenya, on the role of correspondents to feed local news and collect testimonies from 3 to 4 June 2014. (...) Themes: Correspondents , ICT , Internet , Mobile , Issues of local public concern , Interaction , Journalism , Networking Link: Read more Comment count: 0 comments Date: 19/03 Pangani FM hosts workshop on monitoring and techniques, Tanzania Image: Introduction: Pangani FM local radio in Tanga, Tanzania, hosted an ICT workshop for 18 participants from nine different local radio stations, on the 17 th to the 19 th of March 2014.
Language:English
Score: 813693.16 - https://en.unesco.org/radioict/node/113
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Themes: Correspondents , ICT , Internet , Mobile , Programming , Radio format , Issues of local public concern , Editorial work , Financial management , Financial planning , Journalism , Entrepreneurship , Income-generation Link: Read more Comment count: 0 comments Date: 02/12 Humanitarian reporting and development journalism workshop in South Africa Image: Introduction: UNESCO conducted a training workshop on humanitarian reporting and development journalism for correspondents from five community radios in South Africa, from 1 to 2 December 2014. (...) Themes: Correspondents , ICT , Internet , Mobile , Programming , Radio format , Gender equality , Issues of local public concern , Editorial work , Interaction , Journalism Link: Read more Comment count: 0 comments Date: 21/06 Mangelete FM, in Kenya, trained on reporting skills to cover deforestation Image: Introduction: UNESCO provided a workshop for Mangelete FM staff, in Kenya, to raise their capacity to produce radio programmes on issues of local concern from 20 to 21 June 2014. (...) Themes: Correspondents , ICT , Internet , Mobile , Radio format , Gender equality , Issues of local public concern , Interaction , Journalism Link: Read more Comment count: 0 comments Date: 16/04 Workshop on correspondent's use of ICTs in Jozi FM Image: Introduction: A workshop aimed at strengthening Jozi FM’s network of correspondents and increasing their knowledge on ICTs was carried out from 24 to 28 March 2014 for 6 correspondents and a focal person for monitoring radio schedule.
Language:English
Score: 813693.16 - https://en.unesco.org/radioict/node/85
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Slobodan Milosevic, can be followed on the Internet. Established in August 1998 by the non-governmental organisation Domovina and relayed on the ICTY’s website since late 2000 (see Press Release No. 546 of 6 December 2000), this service is designed to enhance the transparent nature of the proceedings at the Tribunal and to give a worldwide audience the ability to keep up to date with the latest developments in all ICTY courtrooms. (...) IN ORDER TO FOLLOW THE PROCEEDINGS ON INTERNET: 1. Go to the Tribunal’s homepage at www.un.org/icty 2. (...) Click on "Latest Documents and News" and on the "Hearing Schedule" You also can access the broadcast from the following addresses: http://domovina.xs4all.nl ALSO AVAILABLE ON THE ICTY’S INTERNET SITE The Tribunal website also contains, among other things, all of the ICTY’s basic legal documents such as the Statute and the Rules of Procedure and Evidence; all public indictments and judgements issued to date; hundreds of decisions and orders; the latest press releases and summaries of press briefings; up to date fact sheets; the Weekly Update (including the schedule of the hearings to come); the monthly Judicial Supplement; and the Tribunal’s Annual Reports.
Language:English
Score: 812602 - https://www.icty.org/en/press/...ceedings-icty-through-internet
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Slobodan Milosevic, can be followed on the Internet. Established in August 1998 by the non-governmental organisation Domovina and relayed on the ICTY’s website since late 2000 (see Press Release No. 546 of 6 December 2000), this service is designed to enhance the transparent nature of the proceedings at the Tribunal and to give a worldwide audience the ability to keep up to date with the latest developments in all ICTY courtrooms. (...) IN ORDER TO FOLLOW THE PROCEEDINGS ON INTERNET: 1. Go to the Tribunal’s homepage at www.un.org/icty 2. (...) Click on "Latest Documents and News" and on the "Hearing Schedule" You also can access the broadcast from the following addresses: http://domovina.xs4all.nl ALSO AVAILABLE ON THE ICTY’S INTERNET SITE The Tribunal website also contains, among other things, all of the ICTY’s basic legal documents such as the Statute and the Rules of Procedure and Evidence; all public indictments and judgements issued to date; hundreds of decisions and orders; the latest press releases and summaries of press briefings; up to date fact sheets; the Weekly Update (including the schedule of the hearings to come); the monthly Judicial Supplement; and the Tribunal’s Annual Reports.
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Score: 812602 - https://www.icty.org/en/node/3055
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The representation of women also was ensured as 5 participants out of the total were female media professionals. Themes: ICT , Internet Link: Read more Comment count: 0 comments Date: 10/09 Inception workshop for UNESCO/SWEDEN funded project themed: “Empowering Local Radios with ICTs in Nairobi Image: Introduction: Themes: ICT Link: Read more Comment count: 0 comments Date: 22/04 Entrepreneurship and Income Generation Workshop for Mugambo Jwetu FM, in Tigania Image: Introduction: UNESCO arrived in Tigania! (...) Themes: Correspondents , ICT , Internet , Mobile , Programming , Radio format , Gender equality , Issues of local public concern , Editorial work , Interaction , Journalism Link: Read more Comment count: 0 comments Date: 17/10 Workshop on the use of ICTs at Live FM in Namibia Image: Introduction: UNESCO carried out a workshop from 13 to 17 October 2014 at Live FM community radio station premises, in Namibia, on the use of ICTs for reporting and broadcasting. (...) Themes: Correspondents , ICT , Internet , Mobile , Programming , Radio format , Editorial work , Interaction , Broadcasting , Journalism Link: Read more Comment count: 0 comments Date: 12/08 Workshop on the use of Skype and YouTube for news gathering and reporting at Mwanedu FM, in Kenya Image: Introduction: UNESCO supported Mwanedu FM to carry out a two-day training workshop.
Language:English
Score: 808362.2 - https://en.unesco.org/radioict/workshop-themes/ict
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