India Signed MoU Between Prasar Bharati and National Media Authority of Egypt

India and Egypt have signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) aimed at fostering collaborations in content exchange, capacity building, and co-productions between Prasar Bharati from India and the National Media Authority of Egypt. The MoU, signed by Union Minister Anurag Singh Thakur and Egypt's Foreign Affairs Minister Sameh Hassan Shoukry, is designed to broaden the reach of DD India Channel. The agreement will enable both broadcasters to exchange programs in various genres across their radio and television platforms. This three-year agreement also offers opportunities for co-productions, knowledge sharing, and training in new technologies.


  1. This MoU signifies a strengthening relationship between India and Egypt in the fields of media and broadcasting.
  2. The agreement allows knowledge sharing, capacity building, and the exchange of content between India's Prasar Bharati and Egypt's National Media Authority.
  3. The MoU is set to augment the scope of the DD India Channel by offering programs focused on various domains such as the economy, technological advancements, social development, and cultural heritage.
  4. The three-year term of the MoU offers several opportunities in co-productions, and training in the latest technologies.
  5. This is one of the 39 MoUs that the Indian broadcaster, Prasar Bharathi, has with foreign broadcasters, focusing on co-operation and collaboration in broadcasting.

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