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Beverly Hills Island Cricket Mamas Inside TBV News Studio

Beverly Hills Island Cricket mamas have had the opportunity to visit the Vanuatu Broadcasting and Television Corporation (VBTC) during their ‘Day Out Discovery’ which is part of the Women’s Island Cricket 20 weeks program.

‘Day Out Discovery’ is a program with the sole purpose of taking Island Cricket mamas out and about discovering new things which is a once in a lifetime opportunity for most of them.

Going to VBTC was an eye opener for some of the mamas as they explore and discover for the first time how news reporters, DJ’s, radio and TV presenters operate in the radio stations and studios.

Visiting Television Blong Vanuatu (TBV) studio was the highlight of the visit as a majority of the mamas watch or have watched TBV but have no idea how it works.

“I just want to say thank you to the VCA for organizing this activity for us, so we can explore and discover new things,’’ expressed Anna Nemek, a mama from Beverly Hills.

‘‘I am happy we visited this site because I am 52 years old and this is the first time I have been in the VBTC premises and saw for myself, the television studio and FM98 studio.” Vanuatu Cricket would like to acknowledge the continuous support from the Australian Government through the Pacific Sports Partnership Funding.

Raymond Nasse

Sports Editor

raymond@dailypost.vu

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