BEIJING, November 15, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — The sixth annual meeting of the Africa Link Union (ALU) was held in Beijing on Monday, bringing together 26 media representatives from 19 countries and regions to help strengthen media cooperation between Porcelain Y Africa.
Hosted by CCTV Video News Agency (CCTV+), the participants shared their views on deepening collaboration under the theme “Sincerity, Real Results, Friendship and Good Faith, Strengthening China-Africa Media Cooperation “.
In his opening remarks, Mr. Teng Yunping, Chairman of CCTV+, warmly welcomed attendees from across the African continent, saying: Porcelain–Africa Cooperation with the media has played an essential role in fostering relations between the two parties.
“The ALU working mechanism has brought us closer and closer, and has also built a bridge for people-to-people connections in terms of media communication between Porcelain Y AfricaTeng said, adding that ALU has made positive contributions to the comprehensive development of Porcelain–Africa relations.
The meeting also saw the signing of the Cooperation Agreement on AMSP (All Media Service Platform) between Teng Yunping, president of CCTV+, and Ousman Abdelmoumine Bechir, executive director of Tchad 24.
Ms. Song Jianing, Deputy Director of China Global Television Network (CGTN), said, “In order to better aggregate the news content of the world’s major media outlets and create diversified and effective international cooperative media in the long term, CGTN is willing to provide African media partners more public media products in the future and carry out closer exchanges and cooperation”.
“CCTV plus has become a major source of news content for our station,” said Ms. Susana Ng‘ong’a, CEO of Kenyan broadcaster Switch TV.
“Switch media looks to continue building partnerships within the African Link Union by creating a world-class product of professional news content and strengthening the association for years to come,” he said.
“Thanks to China Media Group, CGTN, CCTV+ for the collaboration. We have learned from you, we have adapted to new working methods like the AMSP platform for example,” said Mr. Martin Ngningaye, CEO of Afrique Média de Cameroon. He said that audiovisual content exchanges have allowed audiences to discover the truth about Porcelain and learn more about the splendor, cultural and tourist diversity of the sites in the respective countries, and above all realize the neutrality and rigor in the treatment of information.
The media representatives also shared their views on the coverage of significant international events and their future plans for cooperation between the Chinese and African media after the 20th National Congress of the Communist Party of China. Porcelain (CPC), as well as further development of the ALU at the meeting.
The winners of the 2021-2022 ALU News Awards were also announced at the event, honoring members who have made outstanding contributions to the development of the cooperation platform over the past year.
The ALU was initiated by CCTV+ and media organizations from all over Africa in 2016, with the aim of promoting cooperation and media exchanges between Porcelain Y Africa.