DMI Interview

30-04-2013

Earlier last year I interviewed my former boss Roy Head about United Nations TV in the Former Yugoslavia for this project.

I also took the chance to discuss his work at Development Media International (DMI) and the relative merits of different media for delivering development messages to developing communities.

DMI produce media campaigns (Radio and TV) that focus on key health issues  such as infant mortality, hygiene and maternal health - issues that have key impacts on societies, but which are often sidelined in the news media by the big ticket items like HiV and Malaria. DMI's focus is on producing behavioural change in communities, rather than relief aid.

Worth a watch, interesting points.

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