«Regional television and radio broadcasting in the multinational society» trainings are held in Ufa
Today a practical training «Quality content provision for regional broadcasting companies» opened the All-Russia conference «Regional television and radio broadcasting in the multinational society» in Ufa.
Experts of this branch, representatives of public authorities from federal centre and the regions, supervising bodies, religious affiliations — more than 100 people came for participation in it. They are going to speak about the role of regional broadcasting companies in preservation of ethnic identity, ways and rules of the given goal achievement during two days June 13 and 14.
— The conference subject is very topical for our multinational country, — Marat Gazizov, the deputy minister of telecom and mass communications of Bashkortostan Republic welcomed participants of the forum.
The director of "Bashkortostan" Broadcasting Company Galim Jakupov told his colleagues about the organisation of a multilingual broadcasting on republican television and radio channels.
— Regional television and radio companies should unite, — Sergey Zhukov, the representative of the «STP Content» company underlined. —Now we together with our broadcasting companies-partners consider possibility to generate a pool from several regional broadcasting companies and to create a number of joint programs.
The program of the conference’s first day includes a practical training «Working out of the program concept of broadcasting taking into account national development and inter-ethnic cooperation» and excursion to the "Bashkortostan" Broadcasting Company.
Tomorrow, on June 14, the master class "Organization of information broadcasting in the multinational society" will take place, and in the second half of the day a round table session on the subject «The role of republican broadcasting companies in preservation of ethnic identity» to be held.
We should underline that the present conference is the third in succession: for the first time it took place in Yakutia, then in Dagestan.