We were extremely saddened to hear of the brutal murder of Thillainayagam Theeban on the night of 3 March 2007
TVE Asia Pacific’s Children of Tsunami regional media project was a bold and innovative effort to cover one of the biggest stories in recent years. It
TVE Asia Pacific Director/CEO Nalaka Gunawardene looks back at one of his organisation’s most ambitious and challenging projects.
Disasters used to be local events that concerned only those directly affected.
They have never met each other. Some have never travelled beyond their native village. They all belong to statistically average families in their communities.
TVE Asia Pacific announced its new Children of Tsunami regional media project at a high level gathering of Asian and international broadcasters in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, on May 10.
Children of Tsunami was announced at Asia Media Summit in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, on May 10 to a gathering of Asian and global broadcasters.
These words of Bernard Kouchner, former French health minister and first UN governor of Kosovo, were amply demonstrated during the Asian tsunami aftermath.
The earthquake-triggered tsunami that hit many parts of South and Southeast Asia on December 26 left a horrendous trail of destruction.
A dozen television journalists and film-makers from the four Asian countries hardest hit by the Asian tsunami met in Bangkok, Thailand, from March 4 to 8.