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2013 Radio Asia kicks off in Hanoi

Monday, July 29, 2013, 17:09 GMT+7

The 2013 Radio Asia Conference, a significant event in international radio programming in the region, is running in Hanoi from July 29 to 31.

Hosted by the Voice of Vietnam and the Asia-Pacific Broadcasting Union (ABU), the conference, attended by Vietnam Prime Minister Nguyen Tan Dung, has seen leading radio media practitioners, communication specialists, policy makers, and academics from across Asia share their perspectives and exchange experience, latest technologies and future trends in radio development.

The conference will continue to address current pressing issues which face the radio broadcasting industry in Vietnam and in the rest of Asia.

Initiated by ABU in 2006 as the only international radio programming event of its kind in the region, the annual gathering of industry players has attracted worldwide attention since.



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