美国纽约，2013年10月2日 —— 由联合国儿童基金会负责的OneMinutesJr讲习班在全球范围内得到了年轻人的热烈支持和踊跃参与。每一名参与者都强烈地要表达自己，分享自己关于残疾人、少年司法、暴力、未来和生活等主题的观点。15名视频短片创作人获得了2013年度OneMinutesJr大奖的提名。并被邀请参加荷兰阿姆斯特丹国际纪录片电影节，来展示他们的视频作品。
荷兰阿姆斯特丹，2012年12月3日 —— 来自亚美尼亚、基里巴斯、黑山、罗马尼亚和美国的九名青少年电影制作人前往阿姆斯特丹，参加OneMinutesJr.年度短片奖颁奖典礼和高级讲习班。他们展示了获2012年度短片奖提名的15部一分钟视频短片中的9部。
日本东京，2012年11月5日 —— 中国电影导演金华青代表中国浙江卫视，通过视频在第39届日本大奖(Japan Prize)颁奖仪式上致词。
播客#56：全球教育行动周(Global Action Week)促进幼儿教育的发展
海地太子港，2012 年 1 月 12 日 － 地震过去两年之后，联合国儿童基金会让年轻的海地电影制片人展现他们对祖国的看法和当地儿童的状况。
美国纽约，2010年11月10日 – 来自安提瓜岛的17岁男孩卡隆.奈特（Carlon Knight）不难决定他参加2009年在巴巴多斯举行的“青少年一分钟”视频制作工场的电影主题。他想聚焦父爱缺失这一主题——这也是对他的社区里很多年轻人产生影响的问题。
美国纽约，2010年11月4日 – 联合国儿童基金会本周在纽约举办的国际儿童广播电视日颁奖活动上庆祝了电视和广播对青少年思想产生的影响。
美国纽约，2010年9月17日 – 联合国儿童基金会亲善大使、国际花样滑冰明星金妍儿（Yuna Kim）今日出席了在纽约联合国总部举行的“国际和平日”庆祝仪式，向人们传递了希望的信息，并做出承诺，她同时也录制了一个新视频，号召满足世界最弱势儿童群体的需要。
老挝人民民主共和国沙拉湾省，2010年8月16日 – 本月，联合国儿童基金会的在线互动社区平台“青年之声”(VoY)和“国际儿童广播日”共同探究老挝一个日益受关注的青少年广播项目。
尼泊尔加德满都，2010年5月5日 – 全球信息科技迅猛发展，计算机、移动电话和互联网正在改变着人们的生活。从未有过这么多人能够跨越地区和国界进行交流。
纽约，2010年4月15日 – 联合国儿童基金会为纪念《儿童权利公约》发表20周年特别制作的小型网站“庆祝儿童权利20年发布20周年”近日获得第14届年度Webby奖提名。
美国纽约，2009年11月9日 – 今年11月20日是《儿童权利公约》诞生20周年的纪念日，为纪念这个日子，联合国儿童基金会邀请到许多亲善大使一起拍摄了一支新的公益广告，提请人们关注这项意义空前的国际人权公约。
利比里亚蒙罗维亚，2009年10月30日 – 13岁的维尔迪斯.马克尔说上次得疟疾的时候，根本没办法去学校。他说：“我吃不下东西，有一周时间没去上学。”
美国纽约，2009年5月22日 – 作为联合国土著问题常设论坛第八次会议的补充活动，联合国儿童基金会昨天在其纽约总部召开了一个由土著青少年团体代表参加的研讨会。
美国纽约，2008年11月11日 – 中国中央电视台的青少年节目《在路上》在昨晚举办的国际儿童广播电视日颁奖仪式上，与加纳广播公司的《好奇的心》共同获得2008年国际儿童广播电视日奖。此外，北京人民广播电台的节目获得了地区奖。
尼泊尔加德满都，2008年9月23日 — 由非政府组织，尼泊尔平等机会广播电台的一群年轻专业人士制作的《和我最好的朋友聊天》节目，赢得了2008年国际儿童广播电视日（ICDB）南亚地区奖。
Documentary on Zambian women honoured at Jackson Hole Film Festival
NEW YORK, USA, June 25, 2008 – ‘Where the Water Meets the Sky’, the first documentary film from the Campaign for Female Education (Camfed), was honoured with the ‘Best Global Insight’ award last week at the Jackson Hole Film Festival in Wyoming.
Special podcast: Women and girls tell their stories through film and radio documentaries
NEW YORK, USA, 3 June 2008 – UNICEF Radio podcast discussion on documentaries about women and girls in southern Africa featuring: Ann Cotton, Executive Director of the Campaign for Female Education (Camfed, a non-governmental organization fighting poverty and HIV/AIDS in rural Africa); David Eberts, director of the film ‘Where the Water Meets the Sky’; and Joe Richman, award-winning independent producer, and executive producer of the radio production ‘Thembi’s AIDS Diary.’
Youth journalists use video to urge action on child rights in the Caribbean
NEW YORK, USA, Guyana, 25 March 2008 – It’s time for action, not just talk: That was the message young journalists brought to the Caribbean Community’s Council for Human and Social Development (COHSOD) meeting, held last week in Georgetown, Guyana.
Young filmmakers express themselves as ‘OneminutesJr’ project expands its reach
NEW YORK, USA, 9 January 2008 – After five years of running workshops in Eastern and Central Europe, UNICEF expanded the reach of the ‘OneminutesJr’ youth filmmaking project to other regions during 2007.
美国，纽约，2008年1月3日 — 尽管伊拉克儿童每天都要面临安全的挑战，但那里的一群年轻人已经找到了一种拍摄巴格达生活的沉痛短片的方法。
ICDB 2007 asks youths to speak out on the air about ‘The World We Want’
NEW YORK, USA, 7 December 2007 – This Sunday, 9 December, broadcasters around the world will join together to ‘tune in to kids’ as they celebrate the International Children’s Day of Broadcasting.
International Children’s Day of Broadcasting announces 2007 award to Thai network
NEW YORK, USA, 28 November 2007 – UNICEF and the International Academy of Television Arts and Sciences have jointly announced the regional winners of the International Children's Day of Broadcasting (ICDB) Awards, for broadcasters who cover children’s issues creatively and encourage youth participation.
Argentine youths win ‘Make a Difference!’ one-minute video contest
NEW YORK, USA, 18 June 2007 – UNICEF congratulated youth filmmakers sponsored by Argentina’s Fundación Kine Cultural y Educativa for their winning one-minute video, ‘Bebe – más allá de la niñez’, in the second annual Media Magic Make a Difference! one-minute video contest.
Workshop provides new tools to Jordan’s budding journalists
AMMAN, Jordan, 31 May 2007 – Hala, 13, is a student in Grade 8 at a school in Amman. She is also a budding television journalist with significant experience for someone her age.
Balkan teens produce short films on child health and environmental issues
BELGRADE, Serbia, 3 May 2007 – Twelve teenagers from all over the Balkans gathered here in the Serbian capital in April to produce short videos focusing on such topics as social exclusion, the plight of Roma children and the challenges of teen smoking and drinking.
New Turkish TV show gives teenage videographers a platform
ISTANBUL, Turkey, 12 April 2007 – A five-day OneMinutesJr. video workshop hosted last week by Turkish National Television (TRT) will enable youths aged 12 to 20 to produce personal video stories about their dreams, passions and expectations – but also about their fears and sometimes very real problems at home or at school.
UNICEF presents awards to youth radio producers in Mexico and Zambia
NEW YORK, USA, 11 April 2007 – UNICEF has presented prizes to the first-place winners in a youth media competition organized in cooperation with OneWorld Radio.
Lights, camera, action! South Africa hosts 5th World Summit on Media for Children
JOHANNESBURG, South Africa, 27 March 2007 – It was lights, camera and loads of action as the 5th World Summit on Media for Children opened here on Saturday evening. People of all ages and nationalities descended upon the Sandton Convention Centre for an evening of music, dance, festivities and, of course, food.
Through ‘Radio Rookies’ training programme, youth voices fill the New York air
NEW YORK, USA, 15 March 2007 – A producer speaks into the microphone, conveying a personal story that will soon air on the radio. His is not the voice of a traditional reporter. It is the voice of a teenager.
UNICEF Nigeria helps local radio producers raise bird flu awareness
BENIN, Nigeria, 12 March 2007 – Local radio has become the latest weapon in the battle against the spread of avian influenza in Nigeria.
At Burkinabe festival, youth jury gives UNICEF award to child rights film
OUAGADOUGOU, Burkino Faso, 12 March 2007 – At an awards ceremony held here earlier this month, during FESPACO, Africa’s largest film festival, UNICEF honoured ‘Un matin bonne heure’ (Early One Morning) with a prize for the promotion of child rights. Guinean director Gahité Fofana received the UNICEF trophy and 2 million CFA francs.
West African children take to the airwaves to make their voices heard
MONROVIA, Liberia and FREETOWN, Sierra Leone, 18 December 2006 – This year’s ICDB on 10 December served as clarion call for broadcasters in Liberia and Sierra Leone to engage the voices of young people, providing them with a platform to air their views on reversing the HIV/AIDS pandemic.
International Children’s Day of Broadcasting 2006 to focus on fighting HIV/AIDS
NEW YORK, USA, 8 December 2006 – Behind the scenes, in front of the cameras and on the air, youth around the world are using media to express and empower themselves.
Caracol Radio brings young voices to Colombia’s airwaves
NEW YORK, USA, 27 November 2006 – Colombia’s children and young people have actively participated in the International Children’s Day of Broadcasting (ICDB) since 1997 and have twice received the special honour presented at the International Emmy Awards for television programming produced to celebrate ICDB.
Susan Sarandon presents children’s programming honours at International Emmys
NEW YORK, USA, 21 November 2006 – UNICEF Goodwill Ambassador Susan Sarandon presented an award for children’s broadcasting at the 34th International Emmy Awards gala in New York last night.
Youth radio airs peer-to-peer HIV/AIDS education in Georgia
TBILISI, Georgia, 14 November 2006 – Despite a large global increase in HIV cases over the past decade, Georgia still has a low rate of HIV prevalence rate.
Botswana radio training helps young people speak their minds for all to hear
NEW YORK, 10 November 2006 – Thirteen children between the ages of 10 and 16 recently completed a radio production training workshop in Gabarone, Botswana.
Philippines youth journalists share their views through children’s TV network
MANILA, 6 November 2006 – The Kabataan News Network (KNN) is the centerpiece of UNICEF’s communications work for and with adolescents in the Philippines. The network’s production crew consists of camera people, reporters and production assistants, all of whom are in their teens.
UNICEF Radio wins awards for programming on children at risk
NEW YORK, USA, 13 October 2006 – Children affected by conflict in the Middle East and the drought in the Horn of Africa were the subjects of two UNICEF Radio stories that received prestigious broadcasting awards last night.
In Aceh, Indonesia, children’s video diaries document their lives after the tsunami
NEW YORK, USA, 13 July 2006 – At the sprawling Meulaboh camp in Indonesia’s Aceh province, Syahrul, 12, focuses his video camera on a budding yellow flower. Syahrul is one of thousands of Acehnese children living in camps for people displaced by the December 2004 tsunami.
Team UNICEF takes to the football pitch in a new television campaign
NEW YORK, USA, 18 May 2006 – UNICEF launched a new set of dynamic public service announcements today: ‘Superfans’.
Bhutan TV documentary wins UNICEF prize at film festival highlighting children
MUNICH, Germany, 15 May 2006 – ‘The Domaseller & The Badamwalla’, a TV documentary about children in Bhutan, has emerged as the winner of the UNICEF Special Prize at the 2006 Prix Jeunesse International Festival in Munich.
Community radio programme gives children a loud and clear voice
DILI, Timer-Leste, 29 December 2005 - If you are in Los Palos, Timor-Leste, on a Monday night, don’t expect to hear the latest music hits when you tune into 100.1 FM. What you are more likely to find are programmes of teenagers discussing the importance of education, or a drama written and produced by the youngsters about a girl being sold off by her family for an early marriage.
International Children’s Day of Broadcasting celebrated around the world
NEW YORK, USA, 12 December 2005 – Children and broadcasters alike celebrated International Children’s Day of Broadcasting Sunday with special programmes on TV and radio stations around the world.
Special children’s broadcasting award presented at Emmy gala
NEW YORK, USA, 21 November 2005 – A short film that satirizes corporal punishment has won the special International Children’s Day of Broadcasting prize at the 33rd International Emmy Awards Gala in New York City.
ABU CASBAA UNICEF Child Rights Award 2005
The ABU and CASBAA are now calling on Asia Pacific broadcasters and producers for entries for the ABU CASBAA UNICEF Child Rights Award 2005.
‘Kids’ Crossroads’: Teens produce cross-border TV programme in the Caucasus
NEW YORK, 25 February 2004 – In Armenia, Azerbaijan and Georgia, young people are starting to take over the airwaves. Their mission: To educate their peers, their parents, neighbours and decision-makers through a new youth-produced TV programme, ‘Kids’ Crossroads’.
Broadcasters around the world ‘Tune in to Kids’
NEW YORK, 21 December 2004 – The International Children’s Day of Broadcasting (ICDB) kicked off in Jordan at a television station on Friday, 17 December 2004. Around 50 kids worked from the early hours of the freezing morning to late at night taking on the roles of broadcasters, sound technicians, and producers. On radio, television, and Internet radio, children from all parts of the country took live calls from Chicago, Bahrain, Dubai, and from other countries.
TVCultura builds network for children’s television in Latin America
NEW YORK, 6 December 2004 – For the fourth consecutive year, the Brazilian channel TVCultura has brought together a network of Latin American channels and independent producers, to produce special programmes for the International Children’s Day of Broadcasting (ICDB).
OneMinutesJr: Young people tell their own stories through film
NEW YORK, 26 November 2004 – The OneMinutesJr are films made exclusively by young people aged 15-20. Participants write the scripts, and also direct, film and edit their own movies. The topics cover a whole range of issues that concern children and adolescents, such as social inclusion, family, dreams, violence, and HIV and AIDS. Any relevant topic is acceptable, as long as it is one minute long.
ATN Bangla wins International Children’s Day of Broadcasting Award
NEW YORK, 22 November 2004 – ATN Bangla from Bangladesh has won the special International Children’s Day of Broadcasting Award at the 32nd International Emmy Awards Gala in New York City.
UNICEF reaches out to broadcast news professionals
ALGARVE, Portugal, 19 November 2004 – Some 500 broadcast news professionals are gathered here for the largest-ever international broadcast news conference – News Xchange 2004. In attendance are journalists from CNN, BBC, APTN, Reuters, and other major news organizations. UNICEF, reaching out to news broadcasters around the world, is represented by a delegation headed by Executive Director Carol Bellamy.
2004 International Academy/UNICEF Award will recognize best TV programming by children
NEW YORK, 17 November 2004 – Every year at the annual International Emmy Awards Gala, the International Academy of Television Arts and Sciences and UNICEF present a special award to the broadcaster whose programming best captures the spirit of the International Children’s Day of Broadcasting (ICDB).
‘KNN’: Philippine youth produce their own TV programming
MANILA/NEW YORK, 4 November 2004 – On Saturday morning TV in the Philippines, 17-year-old Athea talks about the infamous but delicious local fruit, the durian. Later, a young reporter discusses how tribal wars disrupt children's schooling and make young people feel unsafe in their own homes. These are some of the many features shown on the ‘Kabataan News Network’, whose content is produced entirely by young people – a first for the Philippines.
ALMATY/HONG KONG/BANGKOK, 8 October 2004 - Radio Television Hong Kong (RTHK) is the winner of the 2004 CASBAA/ABU UNICEF Child Rights Award, which was presented during a gala presentation at the annual ABU Prizes Awards Ceremony held in Almaty, Kazakhstan last week in conjunction with the Asia-Pacific Broadcasting Union’s General Assembly.
4th World Summit on Media for Children and Adolescents
UNICEF Executive Director Carol Bellamy issued a challenge to the world's mass to media to harness their power for the good of all children as part of her keynote address at the opening of the 4th World Summit on Media for Children and Adolescents, being held this week, 19-23 April, in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.
UNICEF lauds China Central Television’s work for and with children
UNICEF honours China Central Television (CCTV) for its support for the International Children’s Day of Broadcasting and its contribution to quality broadcasting for and with children.
ABU/CASBAA UNICEF Award
The ABU and CASBAA are now calling on Asia Pacific broadcasters for the ABU CASBAA UNICEF Child Rights Award 2003. The Award is made each year to the best television programming on children's rights produced in the Asia-Pacific region.
The 3rd World Summit on Children and the Media
Held in Thessaloniki, Greece, 23-26 March, 2001, the Summit was sponsored by the European Children's Television Centre to place children's media as a high priority in all countries around the world.
Asia-Pacific Television Forum, 11-13 March 2002, Bangkok, Thailand
The forum will pose the question: How can we ensure access to TV for our children that promotes and protects their right to information, education and quality entertainment?
Asia-Pacific TV Forum adopts recommendations to improve children's programming
Bangkok (13 March 2002) - Representatives of leading television, advertising, corporate, government and civil society organizations from across the East Asia-Pacific region agreed to a series of recommendations aimed at building sustained partnerships for quality children's television.
Commonwealth broadcasters win awards for excellence
2 May 2002, MANCHESTER - The South African Broadcasting Corporation, New Delhi Television and Doordarshan, India were among the major award winners at the 24th annual awards dinner of the Commonwealth Broadcasting Association (CBA).
Radio Television Hong Kong Wins 2002 ABU/CASBAA UNICEF Child Rights Award
Radio Television Hong Kong (RTHK) has been named the winner of the 2002 ABU/CASBAA UNICEF Child Rights Award, presented 7 November 2002 at the Asia Pacific Broadcasting Union’s annual meeting in Tokyo.
Can television save children’s lives?
The Children’s Broadcasting Foundation for Africa and UNICEF present a children’s festival, seminars and workshops at the Southern African International Film and Television Market (Sithengi) November 9-14, 2002 in Cape Town, South Africa.
UNICEF brings "magic" to the international Emmys Festival
NEW YORK, 24 November 2002 -- UNICEF launched a new website which showcases media projects by, with and for children called MAGIC at the International Emmys Festival in New York today.
Star News India wins children's broadcasting award
NEW YORK, November 25, 2002 - Star News has been named as the winner of the special International Children's Day of Broadcasting (ICDB) Award, conferred jointly by the International Academy of Television Arts & Sciences (IATAS) and UNICEF. The award highlights the efforts of broadcasters worldwide to promote children's rights and children's participation in broadcasting.