SIGNIS Services Rome (SSR)
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1953 Rome Italy
Founded 1953, Rome (Italy), as the missionary body of H-XB1454 - International Catholic Organization for Cinema and Audiovisual. Original title: OCIC Missionary Service -- Service missionnaire de l'OCIC -- OCIC Servicio Misionero. Previously also referred to as Missionary Service of the International Catholic Organization for Cinema and Audio-Visual (SM-OCIC). Current title adopted, 2001, on merger of OCIC with H-XB1450 - Unda, International Catholic Association for Radio and Television, to become B-XB0012 - World Catholic Association for Communication (SIGNIS). Previously also referred to as SIGNIS - Missionary Service -- Service missionnaire de SIGNIS -- SIGNIS Servicio Misionero.
Encourage the setting-up of national, regional and diocesan centres for the production, distribution and utilization of audiovisual materials to support the work of evangelization; help local churches obtain financial support for audiovisual and other communications projects; facilitate the purchase and supply of equipment, for both the production and the utilization of audiovisual materials; provide easy access to religious and other videos suitable for use by church workers in their task of evangelization and human promotion.
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