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    41 States Attended the 5th IBRAF

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    BANDUNG- 41 member states of the Organization of the Islamic Conference (OIC) attended the 5th Annual International Meeting and Conference 'OIC Broadcasting Regulatory Authorities Forum (IBRAF)' which is held at the Trans Luxury Hotel, Bandung City, since Wednesday (02/22).

    President of IBRAF, Yuliandre Darwis informed that a number of issues on media will be discussed during the IBRAF conference in which it will be held for two days starting from Wednesday to Thursday on February 22nd-23rd. One of the issue is about the contribution made by the broadcasting regulators of the OIC member states to manage and make the broadcasting better.

    "The problem of digitization and convergence of media becomes one of the important topics in this annual meeting," said Yuliandre during his speech in the 5th Annual International Meeting and Conference 'OIC Broadcasting Regulatory Authorities Forum (IBRAF)' held at the Trans Luxury Hotel, Bandung City, Wednesday (02/22).

    According to Yuliandre, the conference which has a theme 'Media for World Harmony' is expected to build cooperation among the broadcasting authorities in the world in order to achieve a collective view with regard to broadcasting. "Not all states authorize the broadcasting regulators to manage new media," he said.

    The conference to be opened by the Minister of Communications and Informatics of the Republic of Indonesia, Rudiantara, was also attended by the Coordinator Ministry of Maritime Ruhut Binsar Panjaitan, Governor of West Java Ahmad Heryawan, Mayor of Bandung Ridwan Kamil, General Secretary of IBRAF Hamit Ersoy, and some broadcasting figures from Indonesia and other states, delegations of broadcasting chairpersons and academicians. (Parno)

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