MINISTER of Information Mr Khieu Kanharith (pic right) on Saturday urged the young generation to produce more research documentaries, affirming that any kind of support including printing and financing will be given to those who come up with a viable proposal.
Minister of Information Khieu Kanharith has officially allowed the reopening of the office of the US-based Voice of America (VOA) radio in Phnom Penh.
Information Minister says it is an honour for Cambodia to host the Asia Media Summit.
With its first ever copy published in 2014, Cambodia’s leading English newspaper Khmer Times celebrated its fifth anniversary with a grand celebration at NagaWorld last Friday.
Information Minister to shame ministry officials who do not show up for work.
Association aims to boost ties between the media of both countries.
Information Minister says the ministry will consider restricting the advertisement of alcoholic beverages.
Cambodia, a firm supporter of China’s Belt and Road Initiative, benefits through comprehensive economic cooperation with China to diversify its economy.
Information Minister Khieu Kanharith yesterday confirmed that the draft law on Access to Information has been inserted into the 6th mandate of the government’s strategic plan.
Information Minister calls on the public to help officials monitor fake news.
Information Minister announces a second aircraft crash drill in Preah Sihanouk.
An Irrawaddy dolphin is found dead on Koh Rong Sanloem beach.
‘Black Arm’ premiered simultaneously at Major Cineplex, Aeon Mall 2 Sen Sok City, and other cinemas in Phnom Penh.
Ministry orders to cease broadcasting movies featuring alcohol consumption.
Cambodia’s National Television of Kampuchea expects to sign an agreement today with Vietnam Television.
The order follows a suggestion sent by the Labour Ministry last month.