AGENCE France-Presse's (AFP) video production triumphs again at the Association for International Broadcasting (AIB) Media Awards 2021.
"What sets us apart is our unique worldwide network of professional journalists and the quality of our production. We were the first independent media to enter Tigray after the Ethiopian government's offensive. We chronicled the Taliban takeover in Kabul and all over Afghanistan day by day. And we chronicled the consequences of global warming in the Brazilian Amazon with a major series of reports. Our subscribers rely on us for high-quality, real-time, verified, on-the-ground coverage, and we are proud that the professionals at AIB also recognized our hard work with this award for the second year running," said Juliette Hollier-Larousse, AFP's video director.
Created in 1993, the AIB Media Awards are organized by the Association for International Broadcasting and highlights the best in journalism and television, radio, audio and digital productions.