1,807 programs available (in English, Spanish etc.) in the library are offered free of charge to the broadcasters and educational activities in developing countries.
“The Potential of Broadcasting and New Media for Supporting Education During the Coronavirus Pandemic”
|March 31, 2021||The 29th JAMCO Online International Symposium “The Potential of Broadcasting and New Media for Supporting Education During the Coronavirus Pandemic” was completed .|
|March 31, 2021||JAMCO made 35 new programs in fiscal year 2020|
|March 31, 2021||JAMCO offered 274 programs in fiscal year 2020|
JAMCO has been distributing international versions of Japanese TV programs to developing countries all over the world ever since our organization was founded in 1991. All told, we had sent a combined total of 13,468 programs to 100 countries as of the 2020 fiscal year.
Likewise, 118 programs, including the NHK drama, “The Sensitive Samurai,” were supplied to the Ghana Broadcasting Corporation (GBC), in 2020.
The JAMCO library collection is being used in formal education, too. We have, for example, already provided more than 150 programs, including “Let‘s Enjoy Math with Barky the Dog” and “Viewpoint Science,” to the State University of Malang in Indonesia since 2015.