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MCOT vows programming changes

Information, inspiration new focus

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MCOT Plc, the operator of Modernine TV, plans to revamp its shows to focus on constructive, informative and inspirational ones, according to new president Anek Permvongseni. 

"The new programmes should benefit the people, become informative, create inspiration among audiences and, more importantly, help reduce social conflict," said Mr Anake, who officially began his job on Oct 1 after the organisation went without a leader for nearly a year.

MCOT, 65.8%-owned by the Finance Ministry, operates the Channel 9 TV and radio stations, as well as a news agency.

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