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Ministry Of Information

Preamble
The Ministry of Information is made up of the Minister's Office, two departments and three enterprises.

The two departments are:
-Myanma Television and Radio Department (MTRD) and
-Information and Public Relations Department (IPRD)

The three enterprises are:
- Printing and Publishing Enterprise (PPE).
- News and Periodicals Enterprise (NPE) and
- Motion Picture Enterprise (MPE)

Objectives
The objectives of the Ministry are:
1. To inform the public of major tasks being implemented in accord with the policy of the Government, progress of long-term and short-term plans implementation and significant events and incidents;
2. To educate or agitate through organization for enhancing the knowledge of the public; and
3. To entertain the public.

Myanma Television and Radio Department (TRD)
Myanmar Television and Radio Department (TRD) informs, educates and entertains the public.

Factions
The MTRD is informing and imparting Knowledge on activities of the various departments, erprises and organizations which are carrying out spective tesks under the Government.

(a) Radio
   The broadcasting branch presents programmes in accord with policy 16 hours a day on weekdays and 17 hours a day on holidays. It boradcasts 9 programmes on information, 27 programmes on education and 32 programmes on entertainment. Apart from regular programmes, occasions of significant days as well as Independence Day flag-hoisting ceremony, Union Day flag saluting ceremony, Armed Forces Day parade, Inter- State/Division soccer matches, Defence Services Commander-in-Chiefs shield soccer matches and goodwill football matches are carried alive.
(b) Television
   Television programmes are run by programming section, production section, news section and outdoor telecasting section.
(c) Engineering section
   Re-transmission stations have been built extensively. During the period from 1 April 1995 to 14 November 1997, re-transmission stations were built in Chin-shwe-haw, Moenai, Namlan Tamonye, Bawlake, Sumprabum, Hsipaw, Linkhe, Mongpan, Lechar, Mongyong Kyeethi, Mintha, (Bhamo) Myothit, Indawgyi (Lonton), Mongyu, Chipwe, Kaungkhar, Mongtong, Kanpaikti, Homalin, Leshi, Momeik, Mantong, Yambye, Phekon, Pinlaung, Tongzan, Mongpyin, Kya-in Seikkyi, Yay, Myawady, Myaing-gyi-ngu, Mongkoe, Tarle, Mindat, Phaya Thonsu, Aungbar, Namyon, Sawlaw, Winkaung, Homein, Hsadon, Monhtaw, Mongphyat, Lahe, Bago, Kongyan, Monywa, Nawnghkio, Kyaikdon, Loikaw, Labutta, Bogalay, Nawngmon, Wombat, Machanbaw and Karmaing

Significant accomplishments
The following accomplishments were achieved singnificantly.
- Both radio and television branches are always innovating to broadcast interesting political, economic and social programmes.
- Altogether 76 live broadcasts have been made on Armed Forces Days and football matches.
- The engineering section has made live broadcasts 76 times during the period 1-4-95 to 14-11-97 and its PA section has assisted on State-sponsored occasions 327 times. In addition to the 62 existing re-transmission stations, 58 more retransmission stations were built during the above-mentioned period to reach a larger audience. Hence, there are altogether 120 stations nation-wide.
   The administration section accepts commercial advertisements to earn income for MTRD in accordance with the State's economic policy. During the period 1-4-95 to 14-11-97, altogether 28,478,955.96 kyats and 7,032,757.28 US dollars were earned.
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