IPS – Inter Press Service News Agency
June 15th, 2012



Inter Press Service (IPS), the global news agency that has been reporting issues and processes beyond the daily news for the past 50 years, is now stepping into video and TV production. Starting in 2013, the IPS network of journalists – most of them originating from or based in the South – will bring a new visual dimension to their reporting on development, the environment, rights, energy, food, civil society and the growing emergence of the South on to the world stage.

The announcement of the creation of IPS WebTV counts with the participation of:

H. E. Nassir Abdulaziz Al-Nasser, President of the United Nations General Assembly
Representative of the Government of Brazil
Omar Resende Peres, President, IPS Television Board
Carlos Tiburcio, Chair, IPS Core Group of Donors
Mario Lubetkin, IPS Director General
René Castro, Minister of Environment, Energy and Telecommunications of Costa Rica

Thursday, 21st June at 6pm in the press briefing room 3-7, Pavilion 3, RioCentro.



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