Abuja - The Nigeria Film Corporation (NFC) on Tuesday said it would sharpen the skills of filmmakers and other stakeholders in the media industry at a five-day international training workshop.
A statement issued on Tuesday in Abuja by Brian Etuk, Head, Public Affairs, NFC, said the workshop, tagged "SHOOT'', will begin on November 3 at the National Film Institute, Jos.
The statement said television and radio workers are expected to participate in the workshop aimed at enhancing the visual image and digital transmission.
It listed information and communication officers of federal, state and local governments as well as government and private agencies as other participants for the workshop.
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The statement said the workshop would address the challenges of digitisation as the 2015 deadline for migration from analogue to digital broadcasting draws near.
It quoted the Chief Executives of NFC, Dr Danjuma Dadu, and Emeka Mba of the National Broadcasting Commission (NBC) as assuring that the workshop would prepare stakeholders for the migration.
"Content development is key to a successful digital migration, the professional competence of practitioners and preparedness to deal with the migration,'' the statement quoted Dadu as saying.
The statement also said that participants would be drawn from the UK, France, USA, Germany and Nigeria.
It further said that each participant was expected to pay N45,000 fee for registration as certificates would be issued at the end of the programme.
It also said that the participants would be drilled on digital film production, post production, documentary production, script writing, digital editing, cinematography, photography, lighting sound and production.
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