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Vietnam Television urged to improve TV programme quality

Vietnam Television (VTV) should continue improving the quality of its broadcasting programmes while harmonizing news with other issues on national welfare and those of public concern with great social impact.

Vietnam Television, TV programme quality, national welfare,  public concern, great social impact, broadcasting programmes, national development, information safety

VTV is broadcasting on nine channels with a total broadcast time of about 205 hours a day. (Photo: VTV).

The requirement was made by Politburo member and Head of the Party Central Committee’s Commission for Communications and Education Vo Van Thuong during a working session with the VTV staff in Hanoi on March 28.

At the meeting, Politburo member Thuong acknowledged the active contributions made by VTV to national development and defence, external relations, Party building work and the construction of the political system.

In the remaining months of 2018, the station should focus on disseminating the Party and State’s resolutions on the issues related to Party building and the fight against political and moral degradation, Thuong said.

It also needs to raise the responsibility of its leaders and improve the capacity of its reporters and editors through offering them training, while ensuring information safety, the senior Party official added.

VTV General Director Tran Binh Minh reported that his station is broadcasting on nine channels from VTV1 to VTV9 with a total broadcast time of about 205 hours a day, comprehensively informing the public on all important events. It has also developed paid channels as VTCcab, SCTV and K + with increasingly improved quality and coverage.

Vietnam Television, TV programme quality, national welfare,  public concern, great social impact, broadcasting programmes, national development, information safety

VTV General Director Tran Binh Minh reported that his station is broadcasting on nine channels from VTV1 to VTV9 with a total broadcast time of about 205 hours a day.

VTV has focused on implementing a roadmap for converting technologies towards high definition TV programming and digital terrestrial television during 2015-2020 while continuing to improve its digital content quality strategy to adapt in the internet era.

Minh also suggested that the Central Commission for Communications and Education and the Ministry of Information and Communications take stronger measures to prevent the violation of TV programmes copyright, as well as strengthening the management and control of information activities on social networks to prevent fake news.

Source: NDO

Vietnam Television, TV programme quality, national welfare, public concern, great social impact, broadcasting programmes, national development, information safety
 
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