Jordan's TV and radio scene honored with new museum

PM Unveils JRTV Museum, Celebrating Jordan's Media Legacy
(Photo: Jordan News Agency, Petra)
AMMAN – On Monday, Prime Minister Bisher Al-Khasawneh inaugurated the Jordan Radio and Television Corporation's (JRTV) museum, Jordan News Agency, Petra reported.اضافة اعلان

 During the opening ceremony, Khasawneh highlighted JRTV's crucial role in promoting Jordan's national message and adhering to its foundational principles. He praised JRTV and its affiliated local media for their commitment to this mission.

 Khasawneh acknowledged the diligent efforts that went into creating the museum, which details JRTV's storied history through its developmental phases. The museum is a tribute to the merger of Jordanian Radio and Jordanian Television into a unified body.

 Emphasizing the need to preserve and rejuvenate JRTV's vast archives, Khasawneh called for technological advancements to digitize and effectively manage the corporation's historical recordings. He stressed the importance of using modern technology for content production and distribution.

 Furthermore, Khasawneh urged the integration of innovative broadcasting technologies and platforms to enhance national discourse and reinforce a unified national identity characterized by resilience, optimism, and pride in Jordan's century-long achievements.

 On a guided museum tour, Khasawneh explored the extensive collection that captures JRTV's development over the years, showcasing a rich array of historical content, equipment, and broadcasting techniques. The museum is a lasting homage to JRTV's legacy and significant impact on Jordan's media scene.

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