Int'l Symposium "Respeaking - Live Subtitling - Accessibility"

Amela Odobasic – Communications Regulatory Agency of Bosnia and Herzegovina #SymposiumRespeaking

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The current state of cultural accessibility in developing countries and in Bosnia and Herzegovina.

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Amela Odobasic – head of public affairs- Communications Regulatory Agency of Bosnia and Herzegovina

FRED’s Antonio Back interviews Amela Odobasic, head of public affairs of the Communications Regulatory Agency, at the 5th International Symposium on Respeaking, Live Subtitling and Accessibility which took place in Rome, Italy on the 12th of June 2015.

Amela Odobasic, from the Communications Regulatory Agency of Bosnia Erzegovina. discusses her collaboration with ITU to implement ICT accessibility in developing countries, including Bosnia Erzegovina.

The Communication Regulatory Agency, in charge of regulating the communications sector, was originally established in March 2001 by the decision of the High Representative, combining the competencies of the Independent Media Commission (originally responsible for regulating broadcasting) and the Telecommunications Regulatory Agency (in charge of telecommunications).

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