24 August 2014

Angola: Minister Reiterates Need for Cooperation in Palop Media Sector

Luanda — The Angolan minister of Mass Media, José Luís de Matos, last Friday in Luanda reiterated the need and importance to develop cooperation among the African Portuguese Speaking Countries Community (PALOP)'s members in the media sector, because it allows an exchange of experiences and competences among professionals, as well as the acquisition of new skills and competences.

The Angolan official was speaking at the end of a "Production and Directing of Audio and Video Course" held in the Journalists Training Centre (Cefojor), in which 8 Angolan trainees participated, as well as two Cabo Verdeans, two Mozambicans and two from São Tomé e Príncipe, in the ambit of the international cooperation in social media domain.

For 15 days fourteen professionals from the public televisions of Angola, Cabo Verde, Mozambique and São Tomé and Principe were trained on techniques of image capturing, application and removals of filters, image and audio control (Audiovisual Control), Digital Guidelines l (telepoint) and how to synchronize Audio and Video.

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