Twofour54 will train Saudi journalists

Noura Al Kaabi, chief executive of twofour54, attended the official launch of the Saudi Broadcasting Corporation’s (SBC) new media training centre in Riyadh.

Noura Al Kaabi, chief executive of twofour54, is honoured by Dr Abdulaziz bin Abdullah Al Khudairi, right, Minister of Culture and Information, in Riyadh. Abdul Rahman bin Abdul Aziz Al Hazza, left, is the president of Saudi Broadcasting Corporation. Courtesy twofour54
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Noura Al Kaabi, chief executive of twofour54, attended the official launch of the Saudi Broadcasting Corporation’s (SBC) new media training centre in Riyadh. SBC recently signed an agreement with twofour54, which will allow its employees to enrol in Tadreeb, the training section of twofour54, which offers courses in television directing and reporting, radio programming and news production.

“Providing continuous training and skill-development opportunities to keep up with the fast-paced growth of the media industry and to enhance the chances of employment for young Arabs is crucial,” Ms Al Kaabi said.

Abdul Rahman Al Hazza, SBC president, said: “The corporation is working to implement a comprehensive development plan that seeks to put media knowledge to use in the field in order to spread creativity among the trainees.”

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