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How do you speak about culture on television?
Radio and TV professionals from national and local broadcasters across the Comoro Islands have held a two-week conference in Moroni, at the centre of which were two experts sent by CFI: Sally Messio, editorial consultant and former programming director at CRTV in Cameroon, for television and the French radio expert Remy Jounin, formerly of RTL and NRJ.
CFI is calling for applications from radio stations in Algeria, Morocco and Tunisia. The aim is to lend support to their production and professionalisation projects and to fulfil the expectations of listeners aged 15-25 who want radio that responds to their concerns and interests.
Reducing the digital divide, utilising the digital dividend, increasing the number of channels
CFI, in partnership with Mediapart, has devised an investigative journalism training programme covering the issues of corruption, transparency and freedom of information, which is specifically intended for journalists in Algeria, Morocco, Mauritania and Tunisia.
On 17 and 18 September 2013, two experts from Agence France Presse (AFP) met with TAP staff to share the findings of their assessment of the Tunisian agency.
The Kenya Broadcasting Corporation (KBC) requested support from CFI for the design of Insiders, a weekly magazine programme based on decoding and analysing the news. The channel intends to broadcast this new show in an early evening slot.
CFI is inviting the programming directors of its TV partners to a conference between 9 and 12 September, to discuss the progress of the partnership to date and brainstorm new perspectives on programming ranges and the transfer of skills.
On 12 September 2013, the Tunisian blog Nawaat, in partnership with CFI, will launch ‘Jaridaty’, an Internet platform intended for all of Tunisia’s citizen journalism associations.
The Sri Lankan State broadcaster (SLRC) is preparing new educational and entertainment programmes designed for family audiences.