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The In-Country Workshop on TV Children’s Programmes for staff of MRTV4 Forever Group started on Monday 10 October 2011. The workshop is conducted by Mr Kalle Furst, a children’s programme specialist from Norway.

The workshop is being held at the newly established Myanmar Media Development Centre (MMDC) in Yangon.

The In-Country Workshop on TV Children’s Programmes for staff of MRTV4 Forever Group started on Monday [img_assist|nid=1954|title=|desc=|link=none|align=right|width=260|height=195]10 October 2011. The workshop is conducted by Mr Kalle Furst, a children’s programme specialist from Norway.

The workshop is being held at the newly established Myanmar Media Development Centre (MMDC) in Yangon.

Kalle introduced the subject by screening a programme from Japan titled “ Pond of Mirror”. Ms Su Mon, Head of Training at MRTV4 said, “the participants like the film from Japan about two brothers as it express not only the love between brothers but also the love of father and son. Moreover, the difficulties and achievement of young children by the time their parents are going outside to work.

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Another thing that we have learned is that we have to consider not just on the quality of film but also on the social conditions and cultural emotions of each country”.

The five-day workshop ends on Friday 14 October 2011.

Korea Internet & Security Agency (KISA) ran the "Digital Switchover Techniques & Policy Course" from the August 17th to August 25th. The course was the second collaboration course with AIBD (Asia Pacific Institute for Broadcasting Development) this year, and twenty-one broadcasting experts from fourteen AIBD member countries were invited by KISA.

[img_assist|nid=1502|title=|desc=|link=none|align=left|width=100|height=67]The successful implementation of the digital switchover set by 2020 will require a strong leadership of government, firm decision of analogue TV switch-off date, close cooperation of regulator and market parties, clear and timely regulatory framework and an adequate information and assistance to viewers.

Mr. Kim Kikwon, ITU Project Manager on Digital Broadcast TV, gave this message today to participants of the pre-summit seminar on ‘Strengthening the Digital Broadcasting Experience” at the Melia Hotel in Hanoi. He said countries must realize and manage the complexity of the switchover process.