Radio e radiogiornalisti di 13 Paesi dell’Europa e del Caucaso hanno firmato lo scorso 10 luglio il primo accordo per lo scambio di notizie a sfondo sociale, per la creazione di un ponte informativo tra le due regioni.
La nuova rete si chiamera’ CENEN Caucasus Europe News Exchange Network
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Radio producers from 13 countries agreed today to share programmes on common social issues in order to develop a new information bridge linking the south Caucasus with the Balkans and Western Europe.
The participants of the first Caucasus Conference on Radio Cooperation has called for the creation of a News Exchange Network – Caucasus Europe News Exchange Network – CENEN. They have identified a lack of information between the nations and regions of the South Caucasus, and an equal lack of information between the Caucasus and Europe.
The aim of the CENEN project is to help independent radio stations produce programs on common social issues affecting people living in Caucasus and Europe through the exchange of locally produced radio reports and features and establishing common communication platform. This activity will build capacity among the participating stations and also increase their audience.
The first Caucasus Conference on Radio Cooperation was held in Bakurini, Georgia, July 6-10, 2003.
The Conference was organized within the framework of the “Radio Bridge” project, which was implemented by South Caucasus: Armenia, Azerbaijan and Georgia, and funded by Eurasia Foundation. Representatives from 10 East and West European countries also attended.