Angola : Promoting heritage
CFI is committed towards promoting audiovisual heritage in favour of local productions. The agency assists public radio and television in outlining a policy to safeguard and promote their archives. This issue is additionally shared by the Ministry of European and Foreign Affairs, and falls within the framework of the archive image plan.
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Building on the success of the first round table for directors of TV channels in Portuguese-speaking Africa, in Sao Tome and Principe in 2009, CFI organised a second seminar on 8 and 9 July 2010, in Maputo (Mozambique), to foster sharing and discussion between these TV channels.
Since 1996, CFI has had five Portuguese-language TV partners in Africa: TVM (Mozambique), TPA (Angola), RTC (Cape Verde), TVS (Sao Tome and Principe) and RTGB (Guinea-Bissau).