Jakarta Diskominfotik - RRI Collaborates on Program Publication
Reported by Wuri Setyaningsih | Translated by Nugroho Adibrata
This cooperation is valid for the next two years
Radio Republik Indonesia Public Broadcasting Institution (LPP RRI) cooperates with the Jakarta Communications, Informatics, and Statistics Agency (Diskominfotik) regarding the publication of the Jakarta Provincial Government program.
This cooperation was made after the signing of a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) by Jakarta RRI Station Head, Ida Ayu Evi Handayani and Jakarta Diskominfotik Public Communication Division Head, Nuruning Septarida as a representative for Diskominfotik Acting Head.Jakarta Diskominfotik Wins Overall Champion in 2022 AMH Event
Jakarta Diskominfotik Public Communication Division Head, Nuruning Septarida said that RRI was chosen, as they are a broadcasting institution that is trusted by the public, not only in Jakarta but also in the archipelago through its channels.
"This cooperation is valid for the next two years," he expressed, Tuesday (12/20).
She explained the synergy that exists with RRI includes the socialization of Jakarta Government programs that will be published through the RRI channel, as well as content sharing.
"We also have cooperation regarding the complaint channel or public report channel. We use RRI to accommodate people's aspirations to be followed up by the Jakarta Government," she explained.
For cooperation in publication programs in the form of talk shows, it will be held once a week at Pro 1 RRI Jakarta.
"As for the aspiration channel, we will submit it to RRI and we will adjust it again. We certainly appreciate this collaboration," she continued.
She hoped that it could provide a good effect on the people of Indonesia.
Jakarta RRI Station Head, Ida Ayu Evi Handayani uttered that with this cooperation, the Jakarta Government with RRI could work together to publish the contents of development and outreach in Jakarta.
"There is public information that we will share regarding existing developments in Jakarta. RRI has a responsibility to provide information related to developments in Jakarta," she added.
After the signing of this MoU, she hoped that with the more varied sources present at RRI related to the delivery of actual issues in Jakarta, thus the programs delivered were clearer and more focused.
"This is a good form of cooperation, both for the Jakarta Government and RRI," she concluded.