[Digital Today Reporter Jeong Yu-rim] The Korea Communications Commission (Chairman Sang-hyeok Han) is recruiting a national jury for the screening of the ‘2021 Korea Communications Commission Broadcasting Award’ from the 14th to the 18th.
Anyone who is 19 years of age or older and who is interested in broadcasting programs can apply for the national judging panel. The Korea Communications Commission plans to select nine people based on their experience in participating in the government-controlled screening team and age, gender, and regional diversity.
To apply for participation, please fill out the application form on the Korea Communications Commission website and submit it by e-mail ([email protected]). Finalists will be notified individually at the end of June.
In the past, experts in the broadcasting field have been the center of screening for submissions, but from this year on, they plan to reflect the results of the national jury to raise the public’s sensitivity to the award-winning works.
The national jury, which is being recruited this time, will judge the recommended works that have passed the preliminary examination among the works submitted to the 2021 Korea Communications Commission Broadcasting Awards. The score of the national judging panel is converted into 10 out of 100 points and reflected in the result of the main examination.
The winners of the 2021 Korea Communications Commission Broadcasting Awards will be finalized by adding up the results of the judging committee’s evaluation (converted to 90 points) and the national judging panel.
The results will be announced at the 2021 Korea Communications Commission Broadcasting Awards ceremony on September 13.
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