Conseil international des radios-télévisions d'expression française (CIRTEF)
French-Speaking Radio and Television International Council
1978-06-19 Montréal QC Canada
19-23 Jun 1978, Montréal (Canada), following a meeting of 46 organizations of radio and television from Africa, America, Caribbean, Europe and Asia organized on the initiative of H-XC3983 - Agence intergouvernementale de La Francophonie, 1977, Montréal. Statutes most recently modified Apr 1997.
Enhance: professional exchange; mutual help in technical training, production and programming; multilateral cooperation among all radio and television organizations which produce wholly or partly - nation or region-wide - French programmes; maintain continuing dialogue between these organizations; promote the role of radio and television as means of collective development; improve knowledge, appreciation and respect for cultures and aspirations of members' countries.
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General Conference (every 2 years); Bureau; Executive Committee; Commissions (4); General Secretariat in Brussels (Belgium), headed by Secretary-General.
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