Global Access Television Service (WETV Initiative)
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1996, when launched as a partnership venture by E-XE0390 - International Development Research Centre (IDRC) in conjunction with F-XF1309 - Commonwealth of Learning (COL) and other national and international agencies. Development phase 1993-1995 culminated in service preview at 4th United Nations Conference on Women, Sep 1995, Beijing (China).
Using advanced satellite broadcasting technologies, furnish an effective vehicle for North-South communications in a diverse range of programmes expressing cultural diversity.
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