Posted: Thursday, September 5, 2019. 1:47 pm CST.
By Aaron Humes: Taiwanese Ambassador Remus Li-Kuo Chen hailed the “proud step forward” taken by Belize’s National Assembly in funding $40,000 of audio-visual equipment to provide a central feed for coverage of events in the Assembly such as meetings of the House of Representatives and Senate.
Handing over to Assembly Clerk, Eddie Webster and Speaker Laura Longsworth, Ambassador Chen said the use of the equipment should benefit not only Belizean media but also participants from abroad.
Webster says the central feed will reduce the use of media cameras in the National Assembly except for individual interviews, and the live capability will allow for faster writing and processing of stories, which will make them more accurate and accessible.
Further funding will be drawn from a prior donation by the Central American Parliamentary Leadership Forum, FOPREL.
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