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WebsEdge - Capturing Issues and Audiences
About UsGlobal Health TV enables health organizations around the world to share the work they are doing to address complex global health problems with a diverse audience made up of health-care professionals, health foundations, businesses, government agencies, academic institutes and interested parties. Many of these organizations who are broadcasting their work, operate in remote areas where previously it was difficult for them to share their stories and examples of their best working practices.
www.globalhealthtv.com also brings together the global health community, educating people everywhere about the realities of trying to combat diseases, such as HIV/AIDs, Tuberculosis or the many diseases associated with poverty. It will provide a forum for people to learn about scientific and medical breakthroughs, the health problems and diseases that are impacting communities around the world and of any cures that are found.
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WebsEdge produces television programmes for many leading international conferences and exhibitions.
Capturing news, interviews and speech highlights from the event and then broadcasting these bespoke branded films on plasma screens around the venue, and even in delegate's hotel bedrooms! If you've attended any local government conferences recently then chances are you've already come across us. We may have approached you with a camera and asked you to give us your thoughts on conference themes or keynote speeches, which we would have put into the next day's conference TV programme.
As well as producing conference tv for the majority of events in the global health calendar, WebsEdge also produces films for many other key UK and international conferences, such as TUC conferences, the LGA conferences, and AoC events throughout the year. Our expertise in global online broadcasting means we can also create a bespoke online resource to broadcast your films, which means they are not just limited to the conference, but can be communicated to a worldwide audience.
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Global Health TV has a makeover!
Does measuring progress really matter?
Goals & Metrics the theme of 37th International Conference on Global Health
One global health advocate's view of the Canadian summits
Guest blogger David Olson, Global Health Council, writes from the G8 and G20 summits in Canada.
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Global Health TV producer, Ciaran Flannery, on what makes a good story
Citizen journalists lift their voices at AIDS 2010
Is this the future of global health reporting?
From the 19th International AIDS Conference
Vienna conference makes its mark, but not without controversy
Why awards matter after all
By Kelly Davis, Executive Producer, Global Health TV
Canadian take on global health
By Stephen Horn, host of Global Health TV and CEO, WebsEdge
Where have all the Donors Gone? Scarce Donor Funding for Non-Communicable Diseases
Guest blogger, Rachel Nugent, Deputy Director of Global Health, Center for Global Development
All Eyes on Global Health 2011
Securing a Healthier Future in a Changing World - 38th Annual International Conference on Global Health.
Global Health Council Closing its Operations
We were shocked and saddened to learn that the Global Health Council is closing operations after 40 years of service to the field of global health.
Is maternal health the new fashionable cause?
We want to hear from you...
Do you think the recent commitments to maternal health made at the G8 and G20 summits will amount to real action?
As we get ready for AIDS 2010 do you think wealthy countries have forgotten about AIDS?
Do you think this week’s UN Summit on the Millennium Development Goals will make a difference?
Are environmental disasters on the increase?
Have your say.
Do you think the cholera outbreak in Haiti was inevitable or preventable?
Is global funding for HIV improving overall health services in targeted countries?
Is progress being made on MDGs as a result of the Millennium Villages Project? If so, what should happen next?
Melinda Gates is making family planning for developing world women a key issue for the Gates Foundation. Will this change perceptions on the topic?