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NATO to launch its own TV channel
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09:25, March 27, 2008

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NATO is going to launch its own television channel at next week's summit in Bucharest, capital of Romania, NATO's spokesman said on Wednesday.

The channel will be publicly accessible and media organizations will be offered a different version tailored to broadcast requirements, NATO spokesman James Appathurai told reporters.

He said the channel may not initially be able to feature new stories on daily basis.

"We will populate the NATO TV channel with updates as frequently as we can," he said.

He predicts that 10 plus new stories would be added per week.

Apart from current events, the channel will also feature archived video already available on NATO's official website.

The launch of the TV channel is with the help of the Danish government, he said.

Source:Xinhua



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