7 December 2012

Angola: RNA Should Continue Promoting Standardised Services

Luanda — The Secretary of State for Media, Manuel da Conceição, Friday in Luanda called on professionals of the National Broadcasting Radio of Angola (RNA) to continue promoting a broadcasting public service based on the respect of established standards, which highlights responsibility, exemption, rigour and deontology.

The Secretary of State said so at the opening of Methodological seminar of RNA, held in Futungo II in Luanda.

Manuel da Conceição said that the meeting represents, above all, a communication exercise that is the main function of national radio to inform the citizens thus connecting the country from Cabinda (north) to Cunene (south).

The opening ceremony was attended by the chairperson of the board of directors of RNA, Henrique dos Santos, officials of the board of directors, directors, senior staff and consultants, among others.

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