2019 marks the 15th year of the AIBs, the foremost international awards contest for factual productions. One key reason for this is that we have an independent, international jury. Each year this jury brings together programme producers, editors, journalists and broadcasting executives to evaluate the remarkable work that the AIBs attract.

To be part of the judging panel for 2019 please contact

Clare Dance at AIB clare.dance {@}aib.org.uk

The AIBs 2019 judging panel

Tesso Akander  –  Nashwa Al Ruwaini  –  Salim Amin  –  Ato Anderson  –  Anna Averkiou    Tim Ayris  –  Said Bacho  –  Steve Bailey  –  Klaus Bergman  –  Al Brown – Paul Bushnell  –  Fernando Calviño  –  Eugen Cojocariu  –  Elena Cosentino  –  Deborah Davies  –  Jean Di Marino  –  Gregory Dray  –  Leo Faber  –   Lisa Fairbank   –   Walter Fernandez  – Rajen Garabadu  –  Mihai Gîdea  –  Wuan-ling Guo  –  Ching Ching Hai   –  David Hallam  –  Sarah Head  –  Carlson Huang Chia shan  –  Kenneth Igbomor  –  Will Jordan  –  Julia Karmo   –  Amy Katz  –  Naomi Kerbel  –  Parisa Khosravi  –  John Lippman  –  Rozita Lotfi  –  John Maguire  –  Jo McKibben   Kristina Millman   –  Izak Minnaar  –  Christopher Mitchell  –  Greg Moyer   –  Paul Myles  –  Murray Needham  –  Alexey Nikolov   –  Rosie Parkyn  –  Kate Pearcy  –  Angela Robson  –  Alan Rook    –  Sanjay Salil  –  Juan Señor  –  Peter Shevlin  –  Sonia Singh  –  Joanna Spiteri –  Kirstine Stewart   –  Alistair Thom  –  Will Thorne  Dinara Toktosunova  –  Ebenezar Wikina

Sponsor of the Science, technology, nature category
Radio Taiwan International

We are pleased to announce that Radio Taiwan International are the sponsors of the science, technology, nature category for the AIBs 2019.

Radio Taiwan is the national broadcaster of Taiwan. RTI broadcasts to the world in 14 languages under the call sign “Radio Taiwan International”. RTI’s mission is to accurately report on Taiwan’s democratic achievements, arts and humanities, culture and social developments, traditional customs and infrastructure projects. With its diverse and lively programming, RTI remains the international community’s premier window on Taiwan.

Last year, Radio Taiwan International, known as RTI, started to work together with AIB and produced a very successful international conference on “Achieving Sustainability in Asia-Pacific” and jointly set up the first Asia-Pacific Sustainability Awards that were presented in Taipei. Understanding and acting upon the science of sustainability is very close to the heart of RTI. So this year, here in London, we are proud to support “the Science, Technology and Nature” award. I would like to express my appreciation to the AIB for the work they do in promoting science, technology, nature and sustainability. 

As a member of the global village, Taiwan show’s its support for regional cooperation by actively taking part in international organizations such as the AIB. At this AIBs annual event, RTI would like to call on the AIB and all attending guests to work hand in hand to make our homes safer and more sustainable.