In the digital age of instant sharing of information, quality content and the dissemination of accurate information in broadcasting and media are crucial in promoting democratic values and protecting human rights. Consequently, enhancing media professionalism and combating misinformation has become a major issue in societies worldwide. After enduring several years of the pandemic, 2023 signifies a year of new hope. Following two years of conducting courses online, we are pleased to announce that in-person courses are resuming and scheduled to take place from August 22 to 24, September 6 and 7, 21 and 22, and October 5 and 6 to take place in Taipei, Taichung, Kaohsiung, and Hualien, respectively.
The National Communications Commission (NCC) has invited sixteen professional lecturers from fields spanning industry, government, and academia to participate. Together with broadcasting and media experts, as well as other relevant practitioners, they aim to explore future media trends, covering such topics as broadcasting operations, gender equality, rights protection, multiculturalism, self-regulated content, fact-checking tool applications, and legal advocacy.
With this opportunity, the NCC aims to strengthen the development of the broadcasting industry, enhance the professionalism of practitioners, promote the production of high-quality programs, and ensure the dissemination of accurate information. The commission also aims to continue collaborating with public and private sectors to enhance the national media environment, produce high quality programs, and present Taiwan as a benchmark to the world.
NCC Chairman Yaw-Shyang CHEN delivers a speech at the 2023 Broadcasting and Media Professional Training Program (Taipei).
Enthusiastic participation of broadcasting and media experts and relevant practitioners at the event.
Handbook for the 2023 Broadcasting and Media Professional Training Program (Taipei).