National Radio Festival 2020 promotes innovation and diversity

VOV.VN - The 14th National Radio Festival took place last week in Cao Lanh city, Dong Thap province with the aim of promoting innovation and diversity in radio broadcasting.

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Vice President Dang Thi Ngoc Thinh and Voice of Vietnam Director General Nguyen The Ky present gold prizes to the winners in the live broadcasting category.

Held every two years, the National Radio Festival aims to honor outstanding radio works and offers a venue for radio broadcasters to share their professional experience. Through the festival, broadcasters have learned new ways to improve their programs.

Reporter Do Hoai Ngoc Diem from Can Tho city’s Radio and TV station, said, “The festival was an opportunity for us to meet and share experiences with our colleagues from other stations. We were exposed to new topics presented from different regional perspectives”.

Voice of Vietnam Director General Nguyen The Ky, Head of the Festival’s Steering Board, said this year’s theme “Radio - Innovation and Diversity” focuses on innovation and diversity in content, production methods, and formats.

Mr. Ky said that in the context of the Industrial Revolution 4.0, the media needs to improve its use of technology to spread meaningful messages: “Innovation means finding new content, production methods, and technology. Diversity means using new technology and techniques to present content in different ways. If we did not innovate, the number of listeners would shrink”.

The 14th National Radio Festival focused on the new trend of making programs available on different platforms, such as radio, the internet, and mobile phones. It motivates broadcasters and reporters to update themselves in the digital era.

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VOVWorld's team wins 2 golds at the festival

Journalist Tran Minh Thao of Khanh Hoa province’s Radio and TV station noted, “The National Radio Festival is a meaningful way for us to meet our colleagues and review what we have done and need to do. It is very helpful in advancing the radio broadcasting sector”.

Journalist Dang Thi Hong Thom of Ninh Binh province’s Radio and TV station said, “We have done lots of research on how to improve the content to meet changing audience demand. There are now many computer applications to facilitate broadcasting in the modern era”.

The English section of VOVWorld won two gold prizes for its live broadcast program and outstanding MCs.


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