Voa Burmese News todayBurmese Voa News Today
Broadcasting contract signed between DVB and VOA Burma
On October 16 at 2 pm, a signing agreement was signed between Burma's Voice of America (VOA) and the Burmese Voice of Burma (DVB) at the Park Royal Hotel in Yangon. Under the agreement, VOA will broadcast Burmese TV channels on the DVB channels. The DVB provides broadcast news and information on Myanmar, while VOA is a U.S. government-funded multi-media news resource and the country's public broadcaster.
The BBC Radio - Burmese Mornings Show
Turkish Prime Minister Erdogan was re-elected after more than half of the poll. The Zimbabwean Iranian Mnangagwa says he is "customs" from the Bulawayo blast. The Pentagon announce indeterminate annulment of exchanges of naval drills with South Korea. USA was defending the policies of Trump to separate immigrant kids from family. U.S. President demands the abolition of customs duties and obstacles to free movement.
It is said that the first three North Korean army officers have been released. But Trump says the top with Kim is back.
Myanmar agrees to Air VOA programs
English tutorials will soon be broadcast on Burma's state broadcaster Voice of America under the conditions of a groundbreaking deal made in the Burmese capitol Naypyitaw on Tuesday. In the course of his trip, Ensor also had discussions with Information Minister Kyaw San, who called for better accessibility to the land, as well as the issuance of multi-pass visa for VOA-reports.
"The ability to deliver first-hand eye-witness accounts to our audiences has now become more important given the speed of transformation in the country," said VOA Burma Service Chief Than Lwin Htun. We appreciate the effort to improve information accessibility for the Burmese people," said Michael Lynton, chairman of the Broadcasting Board of Governors, which supervises the VOA.
Voice-of-America's Burmese Service, which provides news on wireless, TV, Internet as well as wireless media, has recently upgraded its TV news programme and offers a large selection of English-language tutorials and podcasts. As part of the deal signing on Tuesday, Burma's wireless system will broadcast VOA's four-minute match reports three days a week (see: http://learningenglish.voanews.com/podcast.html).