The second China-ASEAN TV Week’s excellent audio-visual program exhibition and promotion activities are carried out to tell the story of China and ASEAN countries to help each other_Case

Original title: The 2nd China-ASEAN TV Week Excellent Audiovisual Program Exhibition and Promotion Activity Launched to Tell the Story of China and ASEAN Countries Watching for Help

CCTV, Guilin, November 24 (Reporter Deng Junyang) China-ASEAN TV Week’s excellent audio-visual program promotion is one of the important activities of the second China-ASEAN TV Week. Since the official launch of the activity in June this year All relevant units across the country reported to the Secretariat of the Organizing Committee that a total of 321 excellent audio-visual programs have been broadcast or to be broadcast, and the total duration of the program is 5219 hours.

The broadcast activities fully embodied the China-ASEAN TV’s concept of “wonderful audiovisual and mutual assistance”, and told vivid stories about China and ASEAN countries watching and helping each other to fight the epidemic, friendly exchanges, and seeking common development and common progress. It deepened China-ASEAN media exchanges and cooperation. Tighten the bond between China and ASEAN people.

On the basis of the exhibition and broadcasting (interbroadcasting) of outstanding audio-visual programs of China-ASEAN TV Week, from June 1st to September 30th, the secretariat of the organizing committee collected a total of Beijing, Shanghai, Fujian, Hubei, Hunan, Guangxi, 73 China-ASEAN communication cases recommended by the broadcasting and television bureaus and stations of 10 provinces (municipalities directly under the Central Government) in Hainan, Sichuan, Yunnan, and Shaanxi, as well as the Central Radio and Television Station.

These 73 cases are excellent typical projects of exchanges and cooperation between the above-mentioned units and ASEAN countries’ broadcasting and television institutions or online audio-visual platforms from 2019 to 2020, covering policy exchanges, large-scale events, thematic reports, joint production, program simulcasting, translation broadcasting Export, media training and emerging media. On October 20, the Secretariat of the Organizing Committee held a review meeting for the 2020 China-ASEAN Excellent Communication Cases in Beijing. A total of 10 review leaders and experts from the State Administration of Radio and Television and the Ministry of Foreign Affairs were invited to attend the review. Among the 73 cases, 11 excellent translation shortlisted cases including the “TV series “Dream of Red Mansions” (1987 edition) Burmese version” translated by Guangxi Radio and Television Station were selected, and were selected by the Guangxi Zhuang Autonomous Region Radio and Television Bureau, Guangdong Radio and Television Bureau, and Guangxi 14 excellent non-translated cases including the Guangdong-Guangxi poverty alleviation documentary film “Drinking One River” jointly produced by the Radio and Television Station and Guangdong Radio and Television Station, and finally selected 5 best broadcasts with excellent quality, strong communication power and good communication effect The case was released on-site at the opening ceremony of the second China-ASEAN TV Week and the release ceremony of China-ASEAN Excellent Communication Cases held on the evening of November 23.

At the same time, in order to coordinate with the holding of the second China-ASEAN TV Week series of activities, the TV Week Organizing Committee selected some shortlisted cases and excellent audio-visual programs on Guangxi Radio and Television Station, Phoenix Satellite TV Chinese Station, and Myanmar National Broadcasting Station from November 23 to 29. Broadcasting on TV channels, Laos National TV, Cambodian National TV, and Vietnam Voice Digital TV. At the same time, special exhibitions or interactive on-demand programs will be set up on network platforms such as Mango TV International APP, iQiyi International APP and Guangxi Cable TV platform.

It is hoped that through this broadcast, more audiences from China and ASEAN countries can understand and participate in the activities of China-ASEAN TV Week, and strive to build TV Week into a high-profile and in-depth communication platform for China-ASEAN media cooperation. Jointly build a closer China-ASEAN community with a shared future and make greater contributions.Return to Sohu to see more


Disclaimer: The opinions of this article only represent the author himself. Sohu is an information publishing platform. Sohu only provides information storage space services.


Leave a comment

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.