The collaboration includes the production of three videos lasting 60 seconds that will show Croatia as an attractive year-round destination, the production of three accompanying articles on video topics for BBC platforms, but also advertising activities on all online BBC platforms from May to September in 12 key broadcast markets. The BBC network has a reach of 308 million individuals on a monthly basis, while it has more than 16 million followers on social networks Other activities within this cooperation include the placement of content through BBC Story Works social channels on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram, and the creation of a website on the BBC.com portal where there will be video and written materials about Croatia. The markets covered by this cooperation and where the prepared materials will be displayed are Germany, USA, Austria, Russia, Italy, France, Poland, Czech Republic, Sweden, Norway, Belgium and Switzerland. During their stay in Croatia, the BBC camera crew visited Osijek, Zadar, Split, Dubrovnik, Klis, Paklenica National Park and other destinations where they filmed eno-gastronomic themes, cultural and historical heritage, active tourism and other attractions and tourist attractions with with an emphasis on the locations of the filming of the world-famous Game of Thrones series. The Croatian National Tourist Board has established cooperation with the BBC, one of the world’s largest and most reputable media houses. “The cooperation between the Croatian National Tourist Board and the BBC is one of the excellent examples of joint action and cooperation with foreign entities in the promotion of Croatian tourism. We are extremely proud that such a large media group, which has a reach of 454 million households around the world, has recognized the importance and potential of Croatia as a tourist destination. I am sure that all the recorded material, as well as other prepared activities, will significantly contribute to the visibility of our country, and thus to achieve even better tourist results this year.”, concluded the director of the CNTB, Kristjan Staničić. Also, the BBC has more than 472 million views on its You Tube channel. A large percentage of their users are prone to travel, and as many as 72 percent most often consume travel abroad.
Samson Lawal has been elected as the Director of Professional Golfers Association of Nigeria (PGAN) at the body’s Annual General Meeting held at Golden Palm Hotel, Otukpo, Benue State.Lawal, the Resident Professional Golfer of Lamingo Golf Club, Jos was declared the winner by the Returning Officer, Mrs Ify Uba for polling 60 votes against 43 votes by Dominic Andrew from IBB International Golf and Country Club, Abuja.He took over from Festus Makelemi for a new term of two years.Lawrence Matthew from Ikoyi Club 1938 defeated Segun Obamuwe and Martin Odoh to emerge as the Director of Operations, while Uche Eze from IBB Club polled 69 votes at the expense of Mike Ubi of Air Assault, Port Harcourt (21 votes) and Ladi Jaiyeola (13 votes) for the post of Tournament Director. Donatus Isuku was unopposed for the post of Finance Director, while Sunday J. Odegha and Kingsley Oparaku were elected as the ex-co members.Lawal promised to improve on members’ welfare and secure more tournaments for the golf professional body through enhanced relations with corporate Nigeria.Also at the AGM the family of the Late Henry George of Calabar Golf Club was given the death Insurance benefit of N1million from PGAN’s Life Assurance Policy fixed account.The money was presented to George’s family represented by his wife and daughter, Georgina.Share this:FacebookRedditTwitterPrintPinterestEmailWhatsAppSkypeLinkedInTumblrPocketTelegram