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NEXT YEAR, A PASSAGE TO INDIA!
IAMCR's next conference will be held in Hyderabad, India from July 15-19, 2014.
IAMCR 2013 Conference - Videos
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Travel grants for Hyderabad 2014
IAMCR is making twenty five grants of up to US$ 1,500 each to help members in good standing from low and middle income countries participate in our upcoming conference in Hyderabad, India. Details...
Hopeton Dunn Reappointed as Chairman of the Broadcasting Commission of Jamaica
IAMCR Secretary General, Hopeton Dunn, has been reappointed for a second five-year term as chairman of the Broadcasting Commission of Jamaica, the regulatory body for radio, television, and cable TV in Jamaica.
In addition to his position with IAMCR, Professor Dunn is director of the Telecommunications Policy and Management programme at the Mona School of Business, University of the West Indies (UWI) and professor of Communications Policy and Digital Media at the UWI.
News article: Dunn reappointed Broadcasting Commission chairman, Daily Gleaner (Jamaica), 4 November 2011.
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Editor: Hopeton S. Dunn
This multi-authored volume is one of the first books to present scholarly research on the liberating opportunities offered by information and communications technologies in the Caribbean and the global south. While acknowledging challenges of policy implementation and technology adaptation, the book nevertheless identifies a range of empowering development options in media literacy, e-fisheries, m-banking, mobile telephony, m-agriculture, tele-working, techno-driven environmental strategies and intellectual property reforms.Read more...