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「日本賞」コンクール20回の歩み : 世界の教育テレビ30年(前編)
井上 英治
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1994 年 19 巻 p. 45-55

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It was in 1965 that NHK-Japan Broadcasting Corporation inaugurated the Japan Prize International Educational Program Contest. The aims were to assist in the advancement of educational broadcast programs of all countries and to contribute to the promotion of understanding and cooperation among nations. Twenty-eight years have since passed, and the Contest marks its twentieth session in the fall of 1993. In the past nineteen sessions, the record of entries reveals the following facts: the aggregate number of participating countries was 993; participating organizations, 1,650, and program entries (radio and TV), 3,053. During the first decade, the Contest took place annually, and from 1975 on, it became a biennial event. In 1991, the Contest again became an annual event. That is why the 1993 Contest is not the twenty-ninth Japan Prize. It should also be mentioned that the entries became limited to television programs in 1991 to reflect a growing tendency which educational broadcasting of those days developed throughout the world: the swift, remarkable transition from radio to television made the sponsoring organization feel that the radio division had already accomplished the mission the Contest entrusted to the division when its first session took place in 1965. This treatise aims at tracing the history of the Contest that is going to celebrate its twentieth session, by looking back at various epoch-making and unforgettable entries. At the same time, it will try to delineate a general view of the stream of world educational television over the past three decades. In order to report the outcome of the upcoming 20th contest, and to manage the problem of the limited space in this bulletin, this writer ask the editors to allow him to publish the treatise in two parts. Therefore, the second part, which will include the results of the 1993 Contest, will appear. in Volume 20 (for the year 1994) of the bulletin. The treatise is composed of: An Introduction The First Period: The Japan Contest at Its Beginning (First Contest to the Third Contest) The Second Period: The Japan Prize Contest Greets the Age of Television (Fourth Contest to the Sixth Contest)The Third Period: The Expanding Scale of Educational Programs (Seventh Contest to the Tenth Contest) (The preceding will be in Volume 19.)(The following will be in Volume 20.) The Fourth Period: The Ever-Changing Society and the Japan Prize Contest (Eleventh Contest to the Fourteenth Contest) The Fifth Period: High Technology and the Future of Educational Television (Fifteenth Contest to the Twentieth Contest) A Postscript

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