‘Abu-Ghazaleh University College for Innovation’ and ‘A ONE TV’ Sign MoU

10-Nov-2020

AMMAN – Talal Abu-Ghazaleh University College for Innovation (TAGUCI), a member of Talal Abu-Ghazaleh Global (TAG.Global), and ‘A ONE TV’ signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) for cooperation in various fields including the implementation of the ‘Junior Digital Broadcaster’ program.

The two parties agreed on exchanging expertise, human cadres and training materials, in addition to organizing interdisciplinary workshops and specialized training courses as well as developing and building children’s capacities in media related fields.

During the signing ceremony, HE Dr. Talal Abu-Ghazaleh, founder and chairman of TAG.Global, expressed his pride in the cooperation agreement since it targets an important segment of society, children, underscoring the importance of attention to this target group, in addition to its role in promoting leadership concept among children since early stages of their life.

In addition, Dr. Abu-Ghazaleh pointed out that TAG.Global has carried out many activities targeting children, saying that the first course of ‘Junior Digital Broadcaster’ program has been concluded recently. He added that TAG.Global launched the first Arab tablet for kids (TAG-TAB Kids); the first initiative of its kind to present a customized device for children at affordable price.

For his part, Mr. Ahmad Asaad, president of ‘A ONE TV’ Board of Directors, expressed his happiness at the cooperative ties with TAG.Global, underlining the role of media and its impact on the development of children. He added that TAG.Global has become distinguished for its technological products and its interest in digitalization that starts from early childhood, and that is what encouraged the TV Channel to cooperate in this field and contribute to children development in digital media. 

Meanwhile, Mr. Mohammed Al-Qaisi, General Manager of ‘A ONE TV’, conveyed to Dr. Talal Abu-Ghazaleh greetings of Captain Mohammed Al Khashman, Chairman of the Council of the Jordanian Aviation, for launching the first Arab tablet for kids (TAG-TAB Kids), branded as a Jordanian industry.

The ‘Junior Digital Broadcaster’ program was organized by TAG.Global with the participation of 20 students aged between 8-15 years as part of the Organization’s mission in enhancing digital culture among the next Arab generations, as well as discovering and qualifying talented children to become media professionals who depend on information technology in practicing their work, mainly in three media fields including: News/program broadcasting, producing and editing.

The media program aims to promote professional practices of media activities among children, in addition to discover and empower media-talented children to prepare them to become media professionals.