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Home >> Attractions Last updated on: 2006-10-14 07:29:15

Vietnamese, Italian news agencies boost cooperation

The Viet Nam News Agency (VNA) and the Italian ANSA News Agency signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) on bilateral cooperation in Rome on Oct. 12, laying the foundation for information and experience exchanges in the near future. Readmore...

Vietnam

Ha Noi radio launches new-look website

[25/09/2006 - Vietnamjournalism]
The Ha Noi Radio and Television (HTV) on Oct. 12 launched its new upgraded website for users to mark the 52nd anniversary of founding of Ha Noi radio. The new site is available at http:// htv.org.vn and . Readmore...

Others

VNA gives computers to Cambodian news agency [01/10/2006]
VNA officials presented with Lao honours [26/09/2006]
Laos presents orders, medals to VOV officials [25/09/2006]



World

BBC to launch TV channel for Iran

[06/10/2006 - Vietnamjournalism]
A Farsi language TV channel is to be launched by the BBC, targeting viewers in Iran with news and factual output. The GBP 15m-a-year (EUR 22,2m) service is due to begin in early 2008, a few months after the start of a similar network in Arabic. Readmore...

Others

Italy proposes TV law [13/10/2006]
Newspaper looks inward for solutions [13/10/2006]
More internet users visiting US newspaper websites [06/10/2006]



VJ

VJ turns new page

[31/05/2005 - Vietnamjournalism]
Vietnam Journalism Forum enters the English speaking world today by officially lauching the much-waited English version of the website that became popular among Vietnamese journalists for the last seven months. Readmore...


Inside Out

Journalism Training: Money for nothing?

[02/06/2005 - Vietnamjournalism]
About ten years ago, only a few people went abroad to study journalism and communications each year while most of Vietnamese journalists were not trained professionally. Then foreign organisations rushed in to fill the gap with many courses in and out the country. Hundreds of thousands dollars, maybe several million, have been poured into these programs, but they did not seem to work. Readmore...

Others

What foreigners want from Vietnamese newspapers [02/06/2005]






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