Technicians from Samoa to visit China
Three local television technicians are heading to China.
Anthony Shrikrishna Roebeck from TV1, Iakopo Savealii and Tony Toala, of Kingdom Television, will undertake a four-week training programme on HD Technical Management in Beijing.
The programme will cover different topics linked to HD technology in radio and television.
The trio will have the chance to visit China Radio International, China Central Television and other famous media enterprises in China.
“This is a really good opportunity for us to experience more about China especially to learn more on technical management,” says Mr. Toala.
“We want to thank China for this great opportunity and we’re looking forward to it.”
While in China, participants will be invited to take study tours to Shanxi Province so as to have a better understanding of HD tech application in China.
Senior experts of SARFT will also be invited to give lectures for the three participants.
SARFT is the largest education and training organization in radio, film, and TV industry of China in the field of radio, film, and TV industry.
The seminar is part of a long term training scheme provided to Samoa and other developing countries by the Chinese government.
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