Forward together: Perth team visits Manila for campus broadcasting summit


The University of Santo Tomas (UST) in Manila recently welcomed the founders of the International Student Broadcasting Championship (ISBC)Phillip Vinciullo, Annwen Burrows and Marcel Marais – as part of their Asia tour.

Launched by Perth-based company RAMP Media last year, ISBC is a global platform which assists students in networking, personal brand development, and – most importantly – job prospects.

The big highlight of ISBC’s Asia visit was Forward Together, a networking summit which brought together universities from across Manila.

The event featured panel discussions, delving into global trends in campus broadcasting and exploring campus media.

ISBC Founder Phillip Vinciullo says “The student summit provided the perfect platform to discuss global trends and explore the current media landscape.”

“Additionally, it was an honour to hand over the inaugural 2023 ISBC Station of the Year trophy in person to the UST Tiger Radio team.”

Co-Founder Annwen Burrows says “The award ceremony was a proud moment, handing over the inaugural trophy and highlighting the hard work and dedication of the Tiger Radio team.”

“The ISBC team had a fantastic time engaging with the UST Tiger Radio team, even participating in their Tiger Rush program and exchanging social media content with a fun Aussie snacks v Filipino snacks challenge.”

During their tour across the region, ISBC embarked on a journey of collaboration and development, visiting esteemed colleges and universities such as Temasek Polytechnic in Singapore and Sunway University in Kuala Lumpur, among others.

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