JOURNALIST LEADERS MEET THE MINISTER KALAVA SRINIVASULU FOR THE ACCREDITATION ISSUES

 

Ananthapur,April 11,(globelmedianews.com):
The Andhra Pradesh Working Journalists' Association and District representatives presented a memorandum to the State Public Information Officer Kalava Srinivasan at the Chamber of District Panchayat in Anantapur on Wednesday morning to address the problems faced by print and electronic media journalists accreditations. Accreditation is required for all qualified journalists.


JOURNALIST LEADERS MEET THE MINISTER KALAVA SRINIVASULU FOR THE ACCREDITATION ISSUES

TV channels have been asked to provide adequate accreditation to 18, big daily newspapers, as well as for small daily papers. A meeting of the Accreditation Committee chairman and district collector said yesterday that a weekly, weekly, monthly, dual and quarterly magazines would be given an accreditation for 1 + 1, 1 + 1 for seniority and 6 months seniority. The attention was taken by federal representatives.Demanded that the senior journalists be given priority in the grant of accreditation. The federal representatives urged the journalists of primary schools to have an accredited journalist in order to provide free education with humanitarian views in all corporate and private schools in the district. The minister said that the journalists have promised to take appropriate measures to ensure free education for children.

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