Our main objective
EPC Radio and its sister channels has been on the Internet for quite a while now. To date we have received quite a good set of listeners both local and global. We should be very happy with this response. But to people like us, we are never satisfied. We want more listeners. We would like to receive more feedbacks. Hence we feel it is time we take stock of our situation.
Up till now, the number of our target audience locally is daily increasing and so is our international listeners.
We have decided to continue our broadcast concept, i.e bringing evergreen music and songs, with tidbits which we feel would be of significance and importance to us. We will continue to adhere closely to the global broadcast ethics - to inform, educate and entertain.
We wish you ‘Happy Listening’ and continue to support our effort to unite the peoples of the world.
KONSEP SIARAN EPC RADIO 1
EPC RADIO 1 akan terus dengan konsepnya membawa siaran yang mengandungi hiburan, ehwal semasa dan topik menarik, tanpa sebarang iklan.
Kandungan siarannya adalah berpandukan etika penyiaran global iaitu membawa maklumat, pendidikan dan hiburan (to inform, educate and entertain).
Bahan-bahan ini diharapkan akan menyediakan masyarakat pendengarnya menghadapi satu kehidupan masa depan yang lebih sejahtera yang dilengkapkan dengan ilmu dan pengetahuan.
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WSMC2014: Children’s media makers urged to be bold and creative
Media professionals of the 21st century have been urged to be bold, to act differently, imaginative and creative on behalf of children and young people. Speaking at the close of the ABU-run World Summit on Media for Children held in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, from 8-10 September 2014 – the first to be held in Asia – YBhg Dato’ Norhyati Ismail, Director-General of the Radio Televisyen Malaysia, said she wanted to echo the words of WSMC Founder Dr Patricia Edgar. “Let Kuala Lumpur be the place where those changes begin by prioritising the wellbeing of our children and young people in the new paradigm shift of media development of this century,” she said. “All media professionals need to make the necessary adjustments to play our crucial roles more effectively, in order to remain relevant and be a vibrant creative industry provider for the young children of the digital age. “It is my fervent hope that the Kuala Lumpur
Declaration will serve as a launching pad of those guiding principles, to provide high quality content, age-targeted and non-exploitative for children across all platforms, to ensure universal access.” YBrs Dr Ahmad Jailani Muhamed Yunus, Acting President of the ABU said in his closing remarks that the Union, having members and affiliated members in the region besides other sister unions all over the world, would “do its utmost to ensure the noble objectives of the 7th WSMC Kuala Lumpur Declaration could be achieved”. “It is crucial that media fraternity, particularly social media practitioners, should not prioritise their venture undertakings towards commercial-oriented in media content development,” he said. “They should balance their media contents by incorporating embedded-educational and cultural elements to instil positive social values among the children- our future leaders.” Dr Yunus thanked the summit’s co-hosts RTM and WSMC Foundation, all the sponsors and sent best wishes to the European Broadcasting Union (EBU) that will host the 2017 summit.
Asia-Pacific broadcasters make 2050 weather forecasts
Japan’s public broadcaster NHK will join networks around the world in a United Nations climate change initiative featuring weather forecasts for 2050. The project is part of the Climate Summit 2014 at the UN Headquarters in New York on 23 September, convened by Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon to discuss what mankind needs to do to tackle global warming. Organisers hope world leaders will confirm their commitment to realising the framework for countering global warming. NHK is one of more than 10 broadcasters linking with the UN World Meteorological Organization (WMO) to participate in a special summit-related campaign. Each will present imagined weather forecasts for the year 2050 based on the predictions of the UN Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) in the case where global warming continues to proceed at the present pace. NHK’s weather forecast for Japan in 2050 will be presented by weatherwoman Hiroko Ida, from NHK’s flagship news program, News Watch 9. TV5 Philippines will produce their 2050 forecast in Tagalog and English with Chinese and English subtitles. “Weather reports from the future” produced around the world will be screened at the summit venue and can also be viewed on the UN website. NHK features of special programs on disasters and other issues related to climate change are prepared for broadcast chiefly on NHK WORLD TV and its satellite channel BS1 in late November and December. The 2050 forecast video clips from NHK, TV5 and other global participants are being progressively made available here.
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