MoI supports artistes to resume artistic activities amid COVID-19

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Union Information Minister U Maung Maung Ohn views around the Myawady Media Centre yesterday.

Union Minister for Information U Maung Maung Ohn, accompanied by the officials from the Myanmar Press Council, Myanmar Motion Picture Organization, Myanmar Music Association, artistes, and TV, FM broadcasters, inspected the production work under the COVID-19 rules and regulations at the MWD (Myawady) Centre yesterday.
Firstly, the Union Minister addressed the gathering at the theatre of the MWD Centre. He said new presentations are being given priority to the people in the form of public service, and it is time for artists to make the people suffering from the pandemic smile with their artistic skills, adding relaxation of COVID-19 rules and regulations and support will be provided as the disease is under control.
Prime Minister Senior General Min Aung Hlaing often asked to respect artistes and provide necessary assistance, he added. The Prime Minister established the Myawady Centre in 2019 to create and produce high quality international standard arts for the public, to raise the standard of art. He called on artistes, musicians and TV and FM broadcasters to use the Myawady Centre to produce better works of art.
Chief Minister of Yangon Region U Hla Soe also added his administration will provide support and necessary assistance so that artistes could hold events to entertain the people. Deputy Managing Director of Myawady News and Media of the Myanmar Economic Corporation U Aung Kyaw Soe presented the production works of international standard arts with a video clip.
Afterwards, the Union Minister and those present at the gathering inspected the operations in the theatre, studios, cinema, box seat room, CER rooms, control rooms, library, training rooms, ballroom, open Terrence, and meeting rooms in Myawady Media Centre.
Myawady Media Centre was built in May 2019 and opened on 2 May 2021, to operate as a trusted media industry and to develop the media sector to international standards. The centre includes a 200-seat 3D cinema with 4K quality; a 300-seat theatre with large LED projectors; background designs of the stage for entertainment programmes; singing competitions; game shows and model show competitions; TV studios, Mini Studios, Music Studios, and News Studios that can be changed as required; Training halls and Business Offices. The centre can provide services for filming and broadcasting for all artistes and media professionals in one place.
It is learned that productions in all studios in the Myawady Media Centre can be streamed online on TV channels as well as live streaming on more than 200 types of online media. — MNA

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