Doordarshan DG Supriya Sahu has been appointed as the new Vice President of the Asia-Pacific Broadcasting Union. An official statement released by the public broadcaster said that it participated in the53rd annual Asia-Pacific Broadcasting Union General Assembly, hosted by the Indonesian public broadcaster RRI, which concluded in Bali, Indonesia on 25th October. Ko Dae-young, President and CEO of Korean Broadcasting System (KBS) was elected as as new President and Sahu joins the other two Vice Presidents of ABU, Hikaru Doumoto, Executive Vice President of NHK-Japan and Senol Goka, Director General of TRT- Turkey, the statement said. Both Ko and Sahu will start their term with immediate effect and will continue their service to the ABU for the next three years from January 2017. The Asia-Pacific Broadcasting Union, is a non-profit, professional association of broadcasting organisations having 280 members in 69 countries. – Business Standard