China And Namibia Sign Content Deal For Radio And TV Broadcasting
A Chinese delegation recently visited Namibia Broadcasting Corporation (NBC), to explore opportunities in the space of information and content exchange and dissemination.
The visiting delegation was headed by Wu Bao'an, the Head of the National Radio and Television Administration of China, who signed a partnership agreement with the NBC's Director-General Stanley Similo in the Namibian capital, Windhoek.
The deal proposal inked is set to further strengthen relations between the two countries in regards to programs and content exchange, personnel training as well as co-production.
Similo mentioned the challenges that Namibia's broadcaster was experiencing, noting that NBC is lagging behind and that this was compromising its production services, especially in TV production, not so much on the side of radio.
Similo welcomed the Chinese group and said that the exchange of content would strengthen the already existing relationship on both sides, and both parties would be able to learn from each other.
Meanwhile, Wu Bao'an said that China plans to send a team to record in Namibia in order to capture the beauty of the country, while a Namibian team has confirmed that it would also travel to China.
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