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Royal directives: Issawi presents Yarmouk University with television production van

By JT - Feb 28,2020 - Last updated at Feb 28,2020

Royal Court Chief Yousef Issawi presents the Faculty of Mass Communication at Yarmouk University with an Outside-Broadcast Van on Thursday under Royal directives (Petra photo)

AMMAN — Under Royal directives, Royal Court Chief Yousef Issawi on Thursday presented the Faculty of Mass Communication at Yarmouk University with an Outside-Broadcast Van (OB Van) equipped with the latest TV production technology.

Issawi highlighted His Majesty's continuous directives to support students and empower them through qualitative education which provides them with job opportunities, adding that the theoretical sciences they receive should translate into practical application, the Jordan News Agency, Petra, reported.

During the ceremony, Issawi expressed his appreciation to the Jordan Radio and Television Corporation (JRTV), from which a team will supervise the training of the university staff and students to manage and operate the OB Van.

For his part, President of Yarmouk University Zaidan Kafafi stressed that this gesture confirms the Royal interest in science and education, and His Majesty’s keenness to advance the media profession as a building tool for the Kingdom.

JRTV Director General Muhammad Balqar affirmed that the corporation “puts all its technical expertise” at the disposal of the Faculty of Mass Communication at Yarmouk University.

He stressed that Jordan TV will provide the faculty with experts to undertake the process of training its technical staff and students in the operation, management and use of the OB van.

Jordan TV will “continuously follow up” with the faculty to train its staff and students and ensure the “optimal and qualitative usage” of the van in adherence to international specifications, he added.

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