Chinese international broadcasters sign cooperation deals in Turkey, Armenia, Uzbekistan.

Posted: 27 Apr 2011   Print   Send a link
Xinhua, 18 Apr 2011: "China Radio International (CRI), China's only radio station running a world service, signed an agreement with Turkey's national broadcaster Turkish Radio and Television Corporation (TRT) in Ankara Monday to step up cooperation in broadcasting. The two sides will exchange programs, increase staff communication and offer training sessions for each other's employees, according to the agreement."

Aysor.am, 12 Apr 2011: "Radio Impuls of Armenia (FM 106.5) and China Radio International (CRI) announced the start of cooperation. Directors of Radio Impuls and China Radio International Koryun Khumaryan and Wang Gengnian signed a Memorandum of Cooperation. ... 'We plan to make joint radio programs on China and Asia. This radio station will be the "Voice of Asia" in Armenia,' Program Director of Radio Impuls Garegin Khumaryan told Aysor.am."

Xinhua, 20 Apr 2011: "China Xinhua News Network Corporation(CNC) signed cooperative agreements with Uzbekistan's national broadcasting company Tuesday. According to the agreements, the two sides will strengthen cooperation in co-producing and broadcasting programs, exchanging programs, satellite broadcasting as well as expertise exchanges among others. CNC is affiliated to China Xinhua News Agency. It began broadcasting in Mandarin Chinese in January 2010 and its English channel, CNC World, began satellite and cable broadcasts in July."