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CLICK TV is ready to launch its local channel PNG TV on satellite for Papua New Guinean viewers to enjoy better quality story-telling.
Click TV is owned by Click Pacific Limited, which is licensed by NICTA to provide free and pay TV services in Papua New Guinea. It was founded in 2013 and is only direct to home TV broadcasters in Papua New Guinea.
The launching is purposely to help viewers understand and appreciate the complexities of this young, yet vibrant country in its very simplest form in local understanding.
A respectable and well-known female journalist who has spent the last 14 years in the broadcasting field, Belinda Kora from the East New Britain Province joins the CLICK TV/PNG TV Team as News Manager.
“I guess I have been waiting for a chance of being part of a team that has been able to observe the changes within the media industry and be able to challenge itself, given PNG’s geographical challenges and is now ready to offer something new and fresh.
“It’s what viewers continue to look out for,” she said.
Using its satellite-solar kit, Click TV is now seen in many remote parts of the country with presence in every province.
SOURCE: POST COURIER/PACNEWS
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