8th SOMRI working group on content and production meeting held in Brunei

7izZlvtC 17 1
The MRTV delegation joins the eighth SOMRI working group on content and production meeting virtually.

The 8th SOMRI working group on content and production meeting (8th SOMRI WG-CP) was held through videoconferencing yesterday morning in Brunei, and a delegation led by Director Daw Moe Thu Zar Aung of the Myanma Radio and Television-MRTV participated in the discussion.
At the meeting, the participants discussed decisions of the ASEAN Meetings on television programmes and production, TV programme and production implementation projects, information and Strategic Plan for the Information and Media Sector (2016-2025), projects being implemented with ASEAN dialogue partners concerning television programme and production, new programmes and production projects.
The meeting aims to provide good support for the implementation of the projects and decisions made at the Senior Officials’ Meeting Responsible for Information-SOMRI, to review and submit news and broadcast programmes and projects in the news and media sector, to conduct a detailed study of technical standards and frameworks, policy guidelines for the media sector and submit to the ASEAN Senior Officials Meeting, and to fully cooperate in the implementation of information projects agreed upon by SOMRI.
The SOMRI Working Group on Content and Production meetings are held voluntarily at least once a year. Laos will host it in 2023. — MNA

Share this post
Hot News
Hot News
Meat production should focus on frozen and dried products
Meiktila possesses chances to export surplus products to domestic and foreign markets
Weekly Roundup
Tatmadaw regains control of Pa-O Self-Administered Zone, Kayah State after raid by PNLO, PDF terrorist groups
MAI plans Yangon-Vientiane flights on 25 June
MMPO to present cash assistance to offspring for 2024-2025AY
Five new basic education, industrial, agri and livestock High Schools open in Mandalay
Myanmar, ASEAN Japan Centre envisage collaboration in 2024 projects
CBM authorizes two more forex companies for petty cash purchases
Kampaiti border set to hit US$5M trade target in June