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    TU, Thai Media Fund and Thai PBS partner for developing guidelines for creating relevant media for children

    College of Innovation, Thammasat University (TU) in collaboration with the Office of Thai Media Fund and Thai PBS have conducted a study on how to best develop the skills and potential of media personnel to produce media for children aged 3-6 years old.

    The study aims to provide basic training and skill development programs for the media producers, to create relevant, safe, creative and suitable content for children’s development.

    Professor Raweewan Sap-in, College of Innovation, Thammasat University and the researcher responsible for the study reveals, “The study allows us to find guidelines for the basic training course for early childhood media producers. The workshop was held in order to create knowledge and understanding about producing media for children at age 3-6 years old. Many experts in early childhood development presented in order to recommend contents that improve children development.

    There are two TV shows from the first trial production, “Flowers Power” and “Sound to Song” program. These TV programs will be tested among the children to get their feedback for future improvements.

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