October 26th, 2010 - 8:59 UTC
by Andy Sennitt.
The major event at the RTI [Ivorian Radio and Television Company] today was the inauguration of the premises of its multimedia department this morning. The permanent undersecretary to the minister of communication had the honour to cut the symbolic tape. Jean-Charles Sibailly has the details.
[Begin recording] [Sibailly] Henceforth, the RTI is online. Internet users can now continuously follow the broadcast of the programmes of its five channels -RTI Channel Une, TV2, Radio Côte d’Ivoire, Frequence 2, and RTI Music and Sports - on its site, www.rti.ci. The inauguration of the Multimedia Service today, Monday, 11 October, was honoured by the presence of Leandre Anoma, the permanent undersecretary at the Ministry of Communication, who noted that a complete team -an editorial desk, a team of developers , and the design creation unit - was put in place for the smooth functioning of the service.
[Roland Irie, head of the multimedia unit] It is important for a company such as the RTI to have an internet service, I want to say, a presence on the worldwide web. It is also important for us to enable our various television viewers - Ivorians in the Diaspora and viewers throughout the world - to view the programmes of the RTI. It is also to promote the cultural and the sociopolitical image of our country. It is true that the RTI is a showcase and a big media house. It is also clear and undeniable for us to mark this presence on the worldwide web in order to give the real impression about it.
[Sibailly] After the inauguration of the multimedia unit of the RTI, a visit to the other projects - the production materials acquired and the new building which is about to be completed - was conducted by Honore Guie, chairman of the board of directors of the RTI. This new building will house several offices, working and conference halls, two production studios, two advertising units, and a VIP room. Added to these projects are the numerical unit, the employment of almost 300 workers, and the bringing of sanity into the finances of the company, coupled with a reduction of its fiscal debt by10 billion CFA francs.
These various projects and reforms embarked upon have made Israel Pierre Brou-Amessan, the managing director of the RTI and Honore Guie, the chairman of the board of directors, to say that the RTI is ready to cover all the events of the electoral period. After lauding the work done by the leaders of the RTI, the permanent undersecretary of the Ministry of Communication encouraged them to continue with granting equitable access to the state media. Another highlight of the working visit of the Ministry of Communication was the presentation of the RTI’s future projects, the putting in place of a project that is specific of the company, the rehabilitation of all the buildings and the construction of a new building for the radio service. [end recording]
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