Thursday, May 26, 2011

Voice of Vietnam pledges to help Indonesia broadcast in Vietnamese

Radio the Voice of Vietnam (VOV) will help Indonesia’s national radio broadcaster to launch a programme in Vietnamese.
  Prior to a gala dinner welcoming delegates to the eighth Asia Media Summit (AMS8), on May 24, VOV General Director Vu Van Hien received Rosarita Niken, President Director of Indonesia’s national radio broadcaster and Kim Inkyu, President of the Korean Broadcasting System (KBS).

At the meeting with Mr Hien, Ms Rosarita said her radio broadcasts in nine languages but there is no Vietnamese language programme. She said she hopes VOV will help Indonesia build a Vietnamese language programme for its world service.

Ms Rosarita also proposed signing a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) between VOV and Indonesia’s national radio broadcaster.

Mr Hien welcomed her proposal and said the signing would take place at an appropriate time, probably in September this year.

During the meeting with Mr Hien, Mr Kim praised VOV’s efforts to hold the AMS8 and wished the event a great success. He expressed the hope that his organisation and VOV will join hands to celebrate the 20th anniversary of diplomatic ties between Vietnam and the Republic of Korea (RoK) in 2012.

The VOV Chief said almost all of VOV’s radio programmes are digitalized.

Mr Kim lauded VOV’s great efforts over the years and wished to see Mr Hien at the Asia-Pacific Broadcasting Union (ABU) meeting in the RoK next year.

(Source : Voice of Vietnam)

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