UNESCO Press Release
"UNESCO�s Audiovisual E-platform, an on-line catalogue allowing the access to 260 productions and 80 catalogues from 71 developing countries was recently presented at the International Market of Television Programmes (MipTV) that was held from 11 to 15 April 2005 at the Palais des Festivals in Cannes (France).
"The Audiovisual E-platform was one of the projects actively displayed at the United Nations booth. The E-platform currently has 1,000 users. Different television channels and 'Video on Demand' services expressed interest in obtaining programming from this unusual content source. UNESCO was congratulated on 'breaking out of the box and proposing creative formats for UN audiovisual projects'."
Click here to reach UNESCO's Audiovisual E-platform website.