Havana, October 22 (RHC-acn), -- Over 120 foreign exhibitors from 17 nations and 600 delegates from 27 countries are participating in the First Radio and Television Convention, Cuba 2014, a common forum to exchange views among various media networks in the world.
The event welcomes Angola and Iran, which are participating for the first time this year.
HispanTV channel, broadcasting from the heart of the Middle East, is visiting Cuba for the first time and aims to strengthen cultural ties in this summit and broaden relations with other Spanish-speaking countries.
Narges Mohammadi, Director of Public Relations and International Affairs, told the national press they are an alternative network programmed for a global audience and disapprove of giant cultural monopolies.
“We want to broadcast what is happening in Iran and the world through our communicative products, so we have about 50 correspondents in different parts of the world and we plan to make contacts and negotiations at this convention to establish a representation in Cuba,” Mohammadi said.
Carlos André Gregorio, Angola National Radio executive manager, stated they have many expectations. He said they want to observe, gain experience and pass on their knowledge to other social communication media. “We made contact with several colleagues in Cuban and Venezuelan stations which are interested on discussing the musical creation process in our context,” he added.
Although this time we are only participating as exhibitors, we hope to present some lectures and interesting projects in the next event, he pointed out.
The First International Radio & TV Convention ends on October 24 at Havana Conference Center.
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