Luanda - The creation of conditions for an open and diversified media in terms of content is one of the commitments of the Executive, reaffirmed Tuesday the minister of social communication, João Melo.More about this news
Luanda - Angola News Agency (ANGOP) is committed to multimedia production with a view to ensuring pay-distribution service.
Luanda - The Angolan Media Ministry last Monday congratulated the state-owned Angolan Press Agency (ANGOP) on its 43rd anniversary, being marked on Tuesday, 30 October, in the context of new challenges to which they have responded with greatness and professionalism.
Luanda - The Platform of Media Regulatory Bodies of the Portuguese Speaking Countries and Territories (ERCA-PER) has pledged to defend the promotion and consolidation of gender policies based on the protection of fundamental rights, freedoms and guarantees.
Luanda - The growth of Mass Media activities is due to the development of infrastructures, which the country has seen as a challenge, said Thursday in Luanda, the Secretary of State for Telecommunications and Information Technologies, Mário Oliveira.
Luanda - The Angolan Media Regulatory Body (ERCA) last Tuesday in Luanda assumed the rotational presidency of the Platform of Media Regulatory Bodies of the Portuguese Speaking Countries and Territories (PER), during the institution's Restricted Plenary Assembly.
Luanda - The National Director of Media Rui Vasco said Tuesday in Luanda that the sector is concerned about the issue of gender not in the theoretical terms, but promoting quality, competence and professionalism.
Luanda - Social media are one of the main vectors of the "culture of hate," since media technology is a dominant form of people's consciousness and the driver of an anthropological mutation, said Tuesday in Luanda the Brazilian sociologist and journalist Muniz Sodré.
Lubango - Angolan press must stick to a new attitude focused on the communication that entails valuing good practices, criticising in factual and objective manner, as well denouncing the vandalism of public goods, said Wednesday the Media minister, João Melo.