Marine Foundation MEDIASET
African Media Queen
Through the Marine Foundation Mediaset Group, distinctly African programs will be offered to the public via both traditional as well as new media platforms. These are designed to inspire, inform, educate as well as entertain the youth in a world that is making increasing daily demands on their attention. The various programs through various platforms are designed to be easily accessible, convenient as well as easy to understand.
Materials will be offered in many of Africa’s diverse tongues with the option of subtitles to enable access and the appreciation for those who do not speak the languages of the origin of the programs. This will allow Africa as a whole to celebrate its diversity while encouraging and promoting African cultures as well as traditions.
A special and unique bond binds the nation of Japan to Africa as well as to the Marine Foundation. The country has made numerous positive and continued contributions to the socio-economic development of Africa through various initiatives. In recognition of this, the Marine Foundation Mediaset will also help serve as a window into Japanese culture, traditions, as well as advancements in numerous areas.
The beauty of the African continent and the warm, hospitable nature of her diverse and colorful people have always made Africa a prime tourist destination. In honor of this, Mediaset promises to offer a rare window into the mystery of the continent’s decided allure, which even many challenges have been unable to mar.
As the curtain begins to draw to a close in 2022, the year promises to be an exceptional year. With innovative, exciting, never seen programming, Africa’s youth has plenty to look forward to through the Marine Foundation Mediaset Group platforms.
Foreign Correspondent Club of Japan
Chairman Tomeo is a proud member of the Foreign Correspondent Club of Japan
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