The Commonwealth Broadcasting Association Awards

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The CBA was founded in February 1945 at the Commonwealth Broadcasting Conference.

The first meeting, held in London, brought together representatives of a number of broadcasting organisations that had co-operated closely in reporting the Second World War.

The CBA is now calling for entries to its 2010 Awards.

Television or Radio programmes produced, or broadcast, for the first time between 1st August 2008 and 1st September 2009 are eligible for entry.

Where applicable, the minimum duration of the programme should be 10 minutes and the maximum duration must not exceed 60 minutes.

The programme's duration must be clearly marked on the DVD or CD.

Five (5) copies of each application should be sent with 5 DVD (PAL) unencrypted and all regions for television features and 5 copies of CDs for radio features.

Programme entries may be in any language but they must be subtitled in English for television entries.

Radio programmes in languages other than English must be sent with a clear text in English explaining the concept of the programme and its impact.

CBA members and affiliates can send one entry free in each category.


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