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Minister Brown names truth acceptance as challenge

By Joseph Sayon
Information Minister,  Lewis Brown
Information Minister, Lewis Brown

( Information Minister Lewis Brown says the greater challenge confronting government’s information dissemination is for people to accept the truth.

According to Minister Brown, there are some people who are hard to believe the truth even if it is presented to them.

He said: “Some Liberians still believed that nothing is happening, despite the volumes of development taking place across Country.”

Minister Brown, who is also Chairman of the LBS Board of Directors, spoke Friday, November 15, 2013 at the dedication of the LBS 10-kiliwatt Digital TV Transmitter, and the official launch of the LBS Dollar Campaign.

The ceremonies were held at the State Broadcaster’s main offices in Paynesville.

The Information Minister then welcomed the launch of the 10-kilowatt Digital Television Transmitter and also noted: “Those who like to see to believe will now see the truth.”

He wants Liberians to believe that the Country is on a path of change. “Liberia is on the direction of moving forward,” he stressed.

Mr. Brown further called on Liberians to support the LBS Dollar Campaign and assured them that funds generated will be used for the intended purpose.

Following the dedication of the Digital TV Transmitter, in more than two decades, Liberians across the length and breathe of the country have begun watching their national television again.

The facility was provided the Liberia Broadcasting System (LBS) by the government of the People’s Republic of China, through its international partner, China Central Television (CCTV).

The dedication of the modern equipment comes amid reports that a timeline has been set for the global digital migration process.


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