TV FOR CHANGE

Media training

Dev.tv provides training in the radio and television professions in developing countries:
  • journalism
  • camera
  • sound
  • production
  • programme planning
Mr Alain Debos .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address), who is an international television producer and cameraman, is in charge of the training department. He has won numerous awards for his work; including the Rhodesian War and Desert Storm. Debos spent thirty years working as a freelance cameraman around the world for the top three American networks: CBS, ABC and NBC. He has worked as News Producer for the French channel 'La 5'. He has set up a newsagency for Tony Comiti productions in Paris whilst serving as the firm's head of international development and sales. He has implemented and reorganized a radio and television station for RFO (Overseas French Radio and TV) in Tahiti, according to the policy of the new President of R.F.O J.M.Cavada. Whilst on assigment in Indonesia for the French network TF1, Debos reorganized the station's operations as well as developing and producing the news and programme planning for the local channel, ANTEVE.T. In 2008 he was appointed as the programme director for the French - Moroccan channel Medi1Sat. Debos' extraordinary experiences and achievements have been featured on the front page of the Wall Street Journal; a profile written by Jane Meyer. He speaks fluent French, English and Arabic.