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KUCHING: Movement for Progress, the non-governmental body better known as Azam, has launched its own YouTube channel, which will feature youth oriented content created by the target audience.
Azam Online TV launched yesterday with a series of videos, in which local personalities are given RM50 to spend in Kuching city.
The first in the series featured local musician Asyraf Hardy spending on the budget around town, while episode two will feature ERAfm DJ Afick.
“The online TV channel complements Azam’s other existing communication modes including radio and newspaper articles,” Azam chief executive Datuk Aloysius Dris said.
Read more at https://www.thestar.com.my/news/community/2014/06/28/azam-launches-own-youtube-channel/#Fb6KJDkDqZfRywxI.99
KUCHING: Setipak enggau pemansang sereta pemesai guna teknologi moden dalam pengawa penyambung ti penabur penerang sereta kaul rama, Angkatan Zaman Mansang Sarawak tauka AZAM Sarawak sebaka enggau gerempung bukai, nguna perengka internet nyadika kereban ngempit kaul enggau orang dituju.
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According to AZAM, the channel was made with development in mind, and this channel was intended to help develop the youth especially. They however note that traditional means of providing information will not be forgotten and still be used despite the availability of Azam Online TV.
Read more here: Azam Sarawak launches Azam Online TV
The ceremony which was graced by Sarawak Chief Minister Pehin Sri Taib Mahmud saw the younger generation taking center stage as they not only entertained the guest, but was also awarded for their massive achievements in numerous events and projects made possible under AZAM.
Read more here: AZAM Sarawak celebrates 30th anniversary by honoring the youth
The central provides these youths with their very own spaces to carry out their activities, including a free for use atrium at the building which also host of a cinema.
Read more here: AZAM Sarawak starts Youth Central