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Organizations relating to Audio, Visual

International Bureau of the Societies Administering the Rights of Mechanical Recording and Reproduction / Neuilly-sur-Seine, France / Est. 1929
Euro MEDIA Garanties / Est. 1991
European Centre for Environmental Communication / Est. 1985
Zebra Information Centre / Est. 1988
International Federation of Trade Unions of Audio-Visual Workers / Est. 1975
International Publishers' Audio-Visual Association
VIDEAZIMUT - Coalition internationale de l'audiovisuel pour le développement et la démocratie / Est. 1990
Catholic Association for Latin American and Caribbean Communication / Quito, Ecuador
Association pour le développement européen des productions de l'audiovisuel et du cinéma
Protocol to the European Convention on the Protection of the Audiovisual Heritage, on the Protection of Television Productions / Strasbourg, France / Est. 2001
International Video Broadcasts
International Association of Audio Visual Communicators / Flower Mound TX, USA / Est. 1957
Australasian Association of Genealogists and Record Agents / Oakleigh, Australia / Est. 1977
Europäischen Platten-Clubs
International Association for Melody-Programmed Therapy of Speech / Est. 1978
Small Countries Improve their Audiovisual Level in Europe / Est. 1992
Society of Audiovisual Authors / Brussels, Belgium
Centre international pour la culture et l'instruction par l'image et le son
Tallinn University - Baltic Film, Media, Arts and Communication School / Tallinn, Estonia / Est. 2005
International Recording Musicians Association / Hollywood CA, USA / Est. 1983
Coordinator of Latin American Cinema and Communication Indigenous Peoples / Est. 1985
European Audiovisual and Telecommunications Institute / Montpellier, France / Est. 1977
International Visual Sociology Association / Pittsburgh PA, USA
Intergovernmental Committee of the International Convention of Rome for the Protection of Performers, Producers of Phonograms and Broadcasting Organizations / Geneva, Switzerland / Est. 1961
Recording-Media Industry Association of Europe

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World Problems relating to Audio, Visual

From the Encyclopedia of World Problems and Human Potential

Eye diseases and disorders
Impairments of visual acuity
Temporary visual impairment
Film propaganda
Misuse of video surveillance
Preoccupation with increasing size
Tornado tourism
Deterioration of media standards
Violence on screen
Socially disruptive effects of video games
Decadent music
Film and cinema censorship
Inappropriate arguments
Health hazards of computer monitor screens
Unethical practice in historical disciplines
Hegemony of visual information
Video violence
Snuff movies
Inadequate use of visual imagery for societal learning
Pirated recordings
Prejudice against communication by visual imagery
Hearing voices
Impairments of the visual field
Rhetorical inflation in meetings
Avoidance of negative feedback

Action Strategies relating to Audio, Visual

From the Encyclopedia of World Problems and Human Potential

Popularizing development communication
Recording dying languages
Compiling directory of endangered species
Maintaining record of past encounter
Certifying physical unfitness
Promoting independent audiovisual production
Recording cultural information
Exchanging sound recordings
Distributing audiovisual products
Recording knowledge
Recording trade in species
Using political rhetoric
Alleviating visual impairment
Reducing incidence of violent computer games
Keeping official population record
Recording popular wisdom
Prize winner
Using video games
Recording inventors and discoverers
Recording disappearing technology
Promoting audio visual industry
Reducing prejudice against communication by visual imagery
Developing audiovisual identity
Recording evidence

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