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Mon, 09 Jul 2018 12:51 - Updated Mon, 09 Jul 2018 12:52

Professionals debate Social Communication in a Workshop in Moxico

Luena - The commitment to training of media professionals is one of the challenges to guarantee the evolution and vitality of democracy in the country, said Friday in Luena, the member of the regulatory body of Social Communication (ERCA) ), Albino Carlos.

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Moxico: Participants of the provincial conference on Social Communication

Photo: Kinda kyungu

Moxico: Lecturer Albino Carlos

Photo: Kinda kyungu

The academic who lectured on the theme "The challenges of Angolan journalism" at the provincial conference on social communication promoted by the local government, argued that the journalism professiont is not legitimized only by exercising freedom of expression.

Speaking on the theme "Digital communication strategy", the lecturer, Mauro Mendes, advised public media managers on the use of social networks in order to disseminate their activities and allow greater coverage of the population.

On the other hand, journalist Silva Candembo who lectured on the "Moxico province's communication and marketing plan" recommended that public media institutions and communication offices should provide the necessary information quickly to journalists in order to facilitate their work.

In the opening ceremony, the provincial governor, Gonçalves Muandumba, praised the importance of the meeting, guaranteeing the local government's continued commitment to communication, not only with the different government agencies but, fundamentally, with the citizens.

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