Call For Project Ideas 2020/2021: results of the evaluation
Results of the Call for Project Ideas for the Launch of New Media or Communication Centers. Third Edition – 2020/2021.
SSR’s Reporter Kit, a multimedia solution for journalists on the go
Have you ever found yourself in a situation where you’re witnessing history or an important event but you lack the tools to report on it? Do you feel like you have all the necessary knowledgement to create an amazing product but you’re missing the instruments to deliver the best quality possible? Worry no more, SIGNIS Services Rome’s Reporter Kit is available now.
VSAT kit, our Internet by satellite service
Connecting billions of people worldwide, the Internet is a core pillar of the modern information society. Internet connection is nowadays one of the most important and powerful tools we have to work, broadcast and receive information, and even spread the Gospel.
SIGNIS annual report 2019: focus on SIGNIS Services Rome
SIGNIS, the World Catholic Association for Communication, launched its 2019 Annual Report where SIGNIS Services Rome got to explain not only the work done in the past year but also give some insight about the
Annual Report 2019: SIGNIS builds human community
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Radio Paraclete: Liberia’s new radio station
In the diocese of Gbarnga, Liberia, a new radio station marks a before and after. This diocese, located in the Northeastern area of the country, lacked a quality system that could quickly and truthfully inform
A radio for Lusambo
In 2017 the town of Lusambo aired its first program from its brand-new radio station. Radio Bobumue, meaning “unity” in the local dialect, is responsible for bringing news, entertainment and much more, to this important
RADIO NOTRE-DAME: THE VOICE OF THE ARCHDIOCESE OF BERTOUA
The Archdiocese of Bertoua will broadcast from its own Catholic radio station – Radio Notre-Dame. The idea to bring an independent Catholic voice to this area of Cameroon emerged in 2017 to create a space of debate and intercultural dialogue, and a source of information and entertainment, for more than two thousand people.
Our work continues from home during the Covid-19 crisis
Local governments and the World Health Organization have urged all citizens to stay home, and at SIGNIS we do so without interrupting our duties. The Brussels and Rome offices will remain closed until further notice but remain active during the global crisis caused by the Covid-19 disease, continuing to work full time.