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Executive will spend another 42 million dollars to modernize public television

The Government authorized the acquisition of technology and equipment for the Public Television of Angola (TPA) by direct agreement, in a value of around 42 million euros, to which VAT is added.


According to presidential order no. 174/22, the second phase of the Project for the Rehabilitation of Technological Infrastructures, 'Softwares', Equipment, Communications and Technical Training for the television system and administrative building "due to the urgency imperative to ensure its normal functioning and consequently guarantee the manifestation of public interest".

Last month, the President of the Republic inaugurated TPA's Ernesto Bartolomeu content production complex, in which various modern equipment was installed to broadcast HD (high definition) programs.

For the recovery and construction of the complex, the executive paid US$36 million, which provided TPA with high definition systems, video control and editing, sound system, special lighting, as well as virtual and physical scenarios.

The 36 million also served to ensure the training and training of journalists, presenters, directors and other technicians who ensure the operationalization of the equipment and which took place in Luanda, Portugal and Spain.

The setting up of the country's first news channel, with a large-scale studio facing the newsroom, was also highlighted by Jornal de Angola in the range of services created within the framework of the modernization of TPA.
The new TPA Notícias channel should start broadcasting on the 15th of July, for 24 hours.

TPA channels 2 and Palanca TV will be merged into a single one, called TPA Cultura e Desporto.

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