Jordan Arab Media Festival director announces launch on October 3

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AMMAN— On Wednesday, the chairman of the Higher Committee of the Jordan Festival for Arab Media (JFAM), Amjad Qadi, announced the launch of the festival’s fourth session next Tuesday in Amman. اضافة اعلان

The session will be entitled “Jerusalem,” according to the Jordan News Agency, Petra.

Qadi said the event includes “important, historic and strategic” moves for satellite TV stations and media production companies in a press conference.

JFAM’s session was called “Jerusalem” due to the status of the holy city and because of the importance of the Palestinian cause to Jordan’s leadership and people, and other Arab countries, according to Qadi.

Qadi added that Palestine would have an official presence to discuss developments and Hashemite custodianship over the Islamic and Christian holy sites in occupied Jerusalem.

He noted that the festival’s vision aims to attract important figures in Arab media, including decision-making figures, government, private satellite TV stations, artistic production companies, media outlets, and colleges.

The festival seeks to build bridges of cooperation, which would create a suitable environment to facilitate contacts between cities with media hubs, TV and radio stations in the Arab world.

According to a statement from JFAM, the festival will also encourage serious growth among Arab dramas and series by hosting a competition amongst the festival’s top contenders as the main competition of the festival.

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