As many as 203 out of a total of 500 works have been selected to enter the final round.
Political Bureau member and Secretary of the Ho Chi Minh City Party Committee Nguyen Van Nen attends the opening ceremony.
Among other guests at the opening ceremony were former Political Bureau member and former Deputy Prime Minister Truong Hoa Binh……
….and Party Secretary and head of the Party Central Committee’s Commission for Communication and Education Nguyen Trong Nghia.
In his opening remarks, Party Central Committee member and head of the Ho Chi Minh City administration Phan Van Mai noted the festival serves as a forum for radio broadcasters across the country to share experience in radio broadcasting in the digital age.
Meanwhile, Party Secretary and head of the Party Central Committee’s Commission for Communication and Education Nguyen Trong Nghia underlines the need for the radio broadcasting industry to go ahead with innovation to adapt to digital transformation.
Party Central Committee member and VOV president Do Tien Sy beats the drum, kick-starting the fifth National Radio Festival 2022.
The National Radio Festival is held every two years to honour broadcasters (producers, directors, reporters, broadcasters, hosts and technician crew) for their significant contributions, as well as outstanding works of public interest.
Nominees compete in six categories, namely reportage, editorials, talk shows, radio stories, audio plays, and live shows.
The awards ceremony will be held on August 6 at the Municipal Theater of Ho Chi Minh City. In the photo, the festival’s organizes present flowers to members of the jury panel who are veteran journalists.
A number of workshops and forums will be held to give radio broadcasters the chance to share their experiences and examine challenges of the radio broadcasting industry in digital transformation. In the photo is an art performance at the opening ceremony.
The fifth National Radio Festival has seen the participation of radio broadcasters of all 63 cities and provinces, as well as radio broadcasting units. In the photo, delegates pose for a group photo at the opening ceremony.