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Fiji Sun Journalists Visit China’s Most Innovative Digital Networks

Three journalists from the Fiji Sun have visited one of China’s most innovative TV networks as part of a trip to Guangdong Province this week. Atama Tamanilo (deputy managing editor,
23 Aug 2018 12:50
Fiji Sun Journalists Visit China’s Most Innovative Digital Networks
Nacanieli Tuilevuka (front) with Atama Tamanilo and Jonathan Bryce at the Guandong TV station in China.

Three journalists from the Fiji Sun have visited one of China’s most innovative TV networks as part of a trip to Guangdong Province this week.

Atama Tamanilo (deputy managing editor, digital), Jonathan Bryce (subeditor) and Nacanieli Tuilevuka (journalist, North newsroom) are with a Fijian media delegation organised by the Chinese Embassy.

Atama Tamanilo (left), Jonathan Bryce with a representative from Guandong TV and Nacanieli Tuilevuka in China.

Atama Tamanilo (left), Jonathan Bryce with a representative from Guandong TV and Nacanieli Tuilevuka in China.

Guangdong TV has been a pioneer of 4K high resolution TV and media digitisation.

It has around 2000 staff and broadcasts from Guangzhou with a range of Cantonese and Mandarin channels.

It is described as the second largest Cantonese TV network in the world.

Another highlight is touring the headquaters of Huawei, the Chinese multinational provider of information communicatons technology and smart devices.

This is in Shenzhen, Guangdong.

The Fijian media delegation also includes representatives from Fiji TV, FBC TV, Mai TV, and the weekly Chinese Media (Fiji) newspaper.

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