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Ethnic minority contestant wins HCMC Television music contest

In Uncategorized on December 16, 2010 at 9:57 am

H’Zina Bya from the central highland province of Dak Lak won the first prize of  the Ho Chi Minh City Television annual singing contest entitled “TV Singing Star” ended at Hoa Binh Theater on December 1.

Doan Phuong Thao (L), H’Zina Bya and Do Xuan Son (R).

The singer received 44.29 % of the support of voters. She also got the title “Best ethnic minority contestant”.

The second and third places went to Do Xuan Son of the northern city of Hai Phong and Doan Phuong Thao from the central city of Da Nang.

Son took home two awards including “Best voice in song honoring Thang Long –Hanoi” and “Best performing style”. Meanwhile Thao was awarded the “Best voice in revolutionary traditional song” title.

Tran Thi To Ny won “Youngest contestant” and “Best voice in folk song” awards.

The “Best voice in song praising Ho Chi Minh City” belonged to Pham Trung Kien.

The organization board also gave four fourth prizes and five Encouragement Awards.

Related article:
City TV music contest becomes “strong brand”

Source: SGGP

Vietnam Television urged to better services

In Uncategorized on September 12, 2008 at 5:12 pm

The Vietnam Television (VTV) has made considerable progresses both in programmes’ content and quality, contributing efficiently to the national construction and defence, Prime Minister Nguyen Tan Dung said at his working session with the VTV leaders on Sept. 11.

PM Dung said the VTV’s progresses were seen in its improving technological facilities, increasing daily airtime, diversifying broadcast modes, and expanding range to bring information to remote and isolate areas, as well as overseas Vietnamese worldwide through special channels.

He praised the VTV for its application of advanced technologies as others in the region, thus helping not only broaden people’s knowledge but also broadcast Vietnam ’s image to the world, and contributing to the national reform.

Appreciating the television’s great influence, the PM urged VTV to continue improving its broadcasting programmes to better serve the viewers.

He also asked the television to develop its staff to be qualified in professional skills, and good at foreign languages, in order to catch up with other television service providers in the region and the world.-