VOV launches startup radio program and website

Tuesday, October 25, 2016 - 22:16:56

(VOVworld) - A startup radio program and website called Tien Len Vietnam (Vietnam Advancing Forwards) developed by the Voice of Vietnam (VOV) will be officially launched on November 1.


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A launch ceremony was jointly held by The Voice of Vietnam (VOV) and HoaSen Group (HSG) in Hanoi October 24.
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The startup program aims to boost creativity and innovation of individuals for the national development in the integration context and foster Vietnam’s startup culture.
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The ceremony was attended by VOV President Nguyen The Ky, HoaSen Group’s CEO Le Phuoc Vu, National Assembly deputy and historian Duong TrungQuoc and Secretary General of the Vietnam Chamber of Commerce and Industry Pham Thi Thu Hang.
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VOV President Nguyen The Ky speaks at the ceremony
vov launches startup radio program and website hinh 5The duration of the startup radio program on the VOV traffic channel is 15 minutes.
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HoaSen Group’s CEO Le Phuoc Vu
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VOV President Nguyen The Ky, VOV online newspaper Chief Editor Pham Manh Hung, Head of VOV's Personnel and Organization Department, Ngo Minh Hien, and Vice Director of the VOV traffic channel, Pham Trung Tuyen, answer questions of reporters about the content and implementation of the program.

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