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For the first time, Pakistan is putting up a media technology university for the development of the media sector, Federal Information Minister Fawad Chaudhry announced Tuesday.
He was talking at the National Media Workshop sponsored by Islamabad’s National Defense University. “Today, we can’t win wars with guns, but with digital media.”
We live in an era of public opinion when it is extremely essential to convey our point of view to the world, Chaudhry remarked. “Pakistan has rendered seventy thousand lives in the battle on terrorism but has not written anything about it yet.”
The minister added that the new institution would give instruction and skills to students in an assortment of disciplines such as animation, visual effects, filmmaking, and cinematography.
“Over 1,500 internships would be provided to media professionals across the country.”
Last Monday, the government started a programme to digitalise state media groups such as the Associated Press of Pakistan, Pakistan Tv, Radio Pakistan, and the Digital Media Wing.
Under the new initiative, PTV News will go High Hd, Pakistan Radio will launch podcasting, and the APP will be enlarged.