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February 18, 2015 The 23nd JAMCO Online Symposium “Audience Perception of Japanese TV Programs in Asia and the Middle East” began.
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From JAMCO Office

New accessions for FY2013 have been added to the international JAMCO Program Library.

For FY2013 a total of 16 television programs produced by NHK and commercial television companies have been reedited into English and a total of 40 have been created in Spanish. The English language programs include documentaries about the Great East Japan Earthquake and educational programs concerning disaster management and mitigation. The new accessions to the Spanish language library are mainly educational cookery programs and documentaries. These new programs are being uploaded to the JAMCO website.

The JAMCO Program Library now holds a total of 1,577 programs that JAMCO has reedited for international distribution. Programs are available in a variety of languages, including English, Spanish and French.

These international programs are being provided to broadcasters in developing countries free of charge. In FY2013 the number of programs provided to such institutions increased, with 600 programs being provided to nine broadcasting stations in the eight countries of Afghanistan, Vietnam, Mongolia, Fiji, Uganda, Peru, Paraguay and Bulgaria. As of the end of FY2013, JAMCO has provided a cumulative total of 9,882 international programs around the world.

For enquiries about the provision of international programs, please do not hesitate to contact us through this website. We look forward to hearing from you.

(Akira Murakami)

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