TVM, Mozambique's public television channel, has launched a weekly show of programmes and films of the International Media Network TV BRICS. The launch began with the programme "Countdown", a series of programmes about subjects and phenomena of the Soviet period.
TV BRICS programmes will be broadcast on Tuesdays and Thursdays at 14:00 local time.
We would like to remind you that in April this year a cooperation agreement was signed between the media organisations. Original news prepared by local journalists from the TVM team are available on the resources of TV BRICS partners in Brazil, Russia, India, China, South Africa and other countries.
Mozambique's public television channel exists for 42 years. It was the first channel launched in the country. Its reach is about 10 million people, a third of Mozambique's total population. TVM produces programmes in 15 national languages aimed at local audiences. The channel broadcasts 24 hours a day and features sports, news, culture and entertainment content.
Last year, the media network relaunched broadcasting on the Brazilian channel COM BRASIL with new programmes of the united editorial team. Previously, a special TV BRICS block had already been aired on COM BRASIL. As part of its own TV BRICS broadcasting slot, the Brazilian channel aired programmes of the "Countdown" cycle and other materials of the united editorial staff.
In April this year, Brazil's leading TV channel ARTE-1 (Grupo Bandeirantes de Comunicação) premiered the programme cycle "The language of dance". In addition, the channel broadcasts the programme "Our people" produced by the channel "Prodvizheniye," a partner of TV BRCS in Russia. Earlier, ARTE-1 showed the film "Dostoevsky Intercontinental" by the joint editorial team of TV BRICS, in which experts reflect on the life and fate of the great Russian writer.Photo: istockphoto.com
"A high level of cooperation is maintained with Latin American countries in the humanitarian sphere. The number of countries with which we have established a visa-free regime is steadily growing - currently it covers 27 Latin American states. This opens up more and more opportunities for business, scientific and cultural exchanges, as well as increasing counter tourist flows"