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Workshop held in Dhaka for community radio broadcasters

Published: ০২. ডিসে. ২০২১ | বৃহস্পতিবার

The National Institute of Mass Communication (NIMC) of the Ministry of Information and Broadcasting has organized a 4-day long workshop for the Community Radio reporters and producers at NIMC in Dhaka. The workshop started on 29 November and is to be continued till 2 December 2021.
The objective of the workshop was to build the capacity of Community Radio reporters and producers on production and broadcast audio visual programs especially on Child rights issues in context of COVID-19 pandemic at community level.
A total of 30 broadcasters from 17 Community Radio stations have participated in the workshop where 14 participants were women broadcasters. The Participants were coming from-Community Radio Padma 99.2 FM (Rajshahi), Community Radio Nalta 99.2 FM (Kaliganj, Satkhira), Community Radio Lokobetar 99.2 FM (Barguna Sadar), Community Radio Pollikontho 99.2 FM (Moulvibazar) Community Radio Sagar Giri 99.2 FM (Sitakunda, Chittagong), Community Radio Mahananda 98.8 FM (Chapainawabganj), Community Radio Mukti 99.2 FM (Barguna), Community Radio Chilmari 99.2 FM (Chilmari, Kurigram), Community Radio Jhenuk 99.2 FM (Jhenaidha), Community Rural Radio Krishi Radio 98.2 FM (Amtoli, Barguna), Community Radio Naf 99.2 FM (Teknaf, Cox’sbazar), Community Radio Bikrampur 99.2 FM (Munshiganj), Community Radio Borendro 99.2 FM (Naogoan), Community Radio Meghna 99.0 FM (Bhola), Community Radio Sagor Dwip 99.2 FM (Hatia, Noakhali), Community Radio Sarabela 98.8 FM (Gaibandha) and Community Radio Boral 99.0 FM (Bagha, Rajshahi)
The course was blended with thematic and practical sessions. The first 2-days of the workshop covered the thematic sessions like-Misinformation, Disinformation and Mal-information, Covid-19 Bangladesh Perspective, Community Broadcasting in 4th Industrial Revolution: Challenges and Way forward, Child Rights Convention (CRC), Covid-19 and Importance of Social and Behavior Change and Digital Storytelling–those are scheduled to be facilitated by Minhaz Uddin, Assistant Professor, Department of Mass Communication and Journalism, Jagannath University, Dr Anisuzzaman, Asst. Professor, CMC, AHM Bazlur Rahman, Chief Executive Officer of Bangladesh NGOs Network for Radio and Communication (BNNRC), Shahida Sultana, DD, NIMC, Yasmin Khan, Communication Socialist of UNICEF and Dr Kabil Ahmed Jamil, ULAB.
The last 2-days were scheduled mainly by practical sessions on Formats of Radio program, Techniques of Script Writing, Production, Recording and Editing. The sessions facilitated by Md Nazrul Islam, Director (Trg. Pro), NIMC, Rawnak Jahan, Regional Director, Bangladesh Betar, Md. Masud Monwar Bhuiyan, Deputy Director (Camera & Light trg), NIMC, Ismat Jahan Chowdhury, Cameraman, NIMC, Abu Nowsher, Ex Director, Bangladesh Betar and Mr. Shafiqur Rahman Shantonu, Freelance Dramatist. There is a group work presentation and evaluation on those issues in the last session of the Workshop.
It is expected that after the workshop the participants will be able to capture the scenario of children and their rights in Bangladesh, use different formats for developing radio programs, technique of communication, presentation, script writing, develop programs efficiently both in audio and visual forms based on the context of Covid-19 pandemic. BNNRC

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