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Umbrella organization for Hungarian public service media

Umbrella organization for Hungarian public service media

MTVA

<span class="stronger">MTVA</span>

Since its foundation in 2011, MTVA has unified and streamlined all content production and asset management activities for the entire Hungarian public service media, thus becoming the largest media service organization in Hungary.

MTVA - in co-operation with Duna Media Service Non-Profit Ltd.

MTVA - in co-operation with Duna Media Service Non-Profit Ltd.

MTVA

<span class="stronger">MTVA</span>

Whilst producing content for television, radio, online platforms and news agencies, MTVA also manages all assets on behalf of the Hungarian public service broadcaster Duna Media Service Non-Profit Ltd. MTVA also provides support with content production and acquisition. MTVA operates 6 television channels, 9 radio stations, a news agency (MTI) and numerous new media outlets.

National and local identity

National and local identity

MTVA

<span class="stronger">MTVA</span>

MTVA successfully combines a national and a local identity via extensive programming cooperation with media partners around the Carpathian Basin

Broadcasting reach

Broadcasting reach

MTVA

<span class="stronger">MTVA</span>

MTVA provides approximately 40,000 hours of television, as well as 52,000 hours of radio programming each year. Programmes are also transmitted beyond Hungary - to Europe, the American continent and Australia. MTVA’s content is broadcast daily into an estimated 99% of Hungarian homes

There are two categories in the competition: the Beginners course is a 5-day workshop for 11 beginners to mobile journalism and will include 3 days of training.
The second category - Advanced - is for the more experienced Mojos. The 11 journalists will also attend a 5 day workshop and will have the opportunity to look at the latest developments in mobile journalism, participate in storytelling sessions and exchange knowledge with time allocated for research before filming.

Using only iPhones for shooting and iPhones or iPads for editing, the delegates will be required to make a 2’00 – 3’00 minute news stories about Hungarian topics.
CIRCOM and MTVA are grateful that once again the Mojo Challenge will be supported by the European Parliament’s Citizenship project.

2015 brings new sponsors to the competition: Shoulderpod and Olloclip will be providing some of their outstanding products for the participants and the winners of the Mobile Journalism Challenge.
Twenty two journalists representing 11 countries are taking part in the Challenge. The stories they produce, filmed and edited on their smartphones, will be viewed and judged by a team of international experts and the winners and commended stories will receive either cash or prizes provided by CIRCOM, Shoulderpod and Olloclip. The event will close with an awards ceremony and reception at the MTVA Headquaters in Budapest on Saturday 10th October.

The final stories produced by the journalists will be available for all CIRCOM members for broadcast.

MoJo Challenge 2014 video report:

Further information at the CIRCOM website.

 

 

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