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August 12, 2020
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Radio Presenters Told to be Responsible

Radio presenters are encouraged to be more professional in the way they present content on air.

Chief Censor, Steven Mala, told EMTV News there must be full compliance and maintains the role of the Office of Censorship that is to protect Papua New Guineans from indecent information and materials.

Chief Censor, Steven Mala, encouraged all presenters of broadcasting outlets to be more professional when presenting content live on air.

“We have a responsibility to the public and to young minds,” said Mala.

He clearly stated that the use of slang language needs to be stopped.

Noman Kuso of Morobe Province stated that the media has a big effect on today’s generation.

Junior Dennis of Simbu Province gave a clear opinion of what he thought about broadcasting presenters.

Mala said that there has been an incident in the past where they called the producer and presenter of a particular radio station into their office to have a roundtable meeting.

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