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The Bureau of Audiovisual and Music Industry Development (BAMID) was established May 20, 2012 under the Ministry of Culture. It undertakes missions previously performed by the former Government Information Office of the Executive Yuan to provide assistance for the development of Taiwan’s film, radio & TV, and popular music industries.
Organizational Structure
BAMID has one director general, two deputy director generals, and one chief secretary. Its operations are carried out by three divisions: the Motion Picture Industry Division; the Radio and Television Industry Division; and the Popular Music Industry Division. Each division comprises three sections: a general affairs section; a production assistance section; and a marketing promotion section. In addition, BAMID has four administrative offices: the Secretariat; the Personnel Office; the Accounting Office; and the Ethics Office.