LUBANGO, ANGOLA: The deputy governor of southern Huila province for Political and Social Affairs, José Arão Nataniel, on Friday, 10 February 2012, in Umpata municipality, urged the social communication professionals to further their education, seeking to improve their news contents.
The official was speaking to Angop on the fringes of the methodological seminar for "Radio Huila" broadcasting station correspondents.
He said each and every journalist should get trained in the two components, academic and professional, in order to handle the constraints of the profession.
He recalled that media play a relevant role in the society, given their contribution to the education of people, hence the need for the professionals to improve their skills in order to better respond to the challenges.
The deputy governor said the news contents should be clear, objective and made simple in order to leave the audience informed, adding that people these days are very demanding.
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