The radio telecom organizations of Pakistan and China, China Radio International (CRI) and Pakistan Broadcasting Corporation (PBC), are propelling another radio station today.
Dosti Channel FM-98
Called "Dosti" channel, it will air on the FM-98 recurrence and will air programs in both English and Urdu. It will for the most part highlight news of Pakistan and China's interests. On the event, Chinese Ambassador Sun Weidong said that he trusts Dosti Channel FM-98 would facilitate fortify the relations amongst Pakistan and China.
He valued the cooperation amongst CRI and Radio Pakistan through an electronic system with individuals cooperating from over the fringes. He included that the Dosti channel will build the learning of the general population of Pakistan about China and will extend the relationship between the two nations.
A Step Forward Following CPEC
Chief General Radio Pakistan, Saba Mohsin, said in her message that the transmission of Dosti Channel FM-98 at a neighborhood level would instruct the Pakistani populace about the way of life of China and its warmness towards Pakistan at an individual level. She said that the channel propelled at a pivotal time when the nations are occupied with a socio ecomonic association on a monstrous scale, specifically the CPEC.
The Dosti Channel will communicate between 5 pm and 11 pm every day in Islamabad and Karachi.
A TV Channel Collaboration
Throughout the years, the fame of radio channels has declined with a great many people proceeding onward to predominant media utilization sources. TV's, cell phones and tablets had a major turn in this. In spite of the fact that the prominence has contracted, it is still particularly alive and listened to crosswise over Pakistan. It is not implausible to expect a TV divert joint effort later on with the pace at which things are moving amongst China and Pakistan. A TV channel won't just have more viewers contrasted with radio, it will likewise have the capacity to give more substance.
Until further notice there is no word about a TV channel joint effort, however.