Tune of hope: MTV Int'l, Roedy honored for creative HIV/AIDS campaign

Masson, Gordon
November 2004
Variety;11/22/2004, Vol. 397 Issue 1, pA12
Trade Publication
Reports on the involvement of Music Television Networks International, led by Bill Roedy, as host of the first creative meeting on HIV/AIDS at the United Nations after receiving the International Emmy Founders Award for revolutioning music programming and taking a lead role in fighting the disease. Reason behind the decision of the network to give their programming on the epidemic rights free to any broadcasters; Career background of Roedy; Comment from Roedy on the recognition.


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