QNADohaThe CEO of Qatar Media Corporation, Sheikh Abdulaziz bin Thani Al Thani, has stressed the importance of media as a message and content, as well as its role in promoting and advancing developed communities. He made these remarks at an introductory meeting for those interested in working on television under the theme of evolving media. The meeting was hosted by Qatar Media Corporation, represented by Qatar Television Corporation, and was attended by a diverse range of dignitaries, media professionals, and youth.Sheikh Abdulaziz bin Thani Al-Thani also stated that the corporation is committed to media innovation through broadcasting that meets the needs of society and by supplementing the industry with young blood that builds on what has come before them. He stated that the corporation seeks to ensure media sustainability by adopting an open-door policy for national cadres who believe in their ability to work professionally and become a good reflection on local and Arab media.Interim head of Qatar TV Ali Saleh Al Sada confirmed to Qatar News Agency (QNA) that there is an effective program dedicated to attracting and selecting anchors, correspondents, and programme presenters that will be tested further. He stated that more than 400 people have applied for the positions since the enrollment initiative began last month, and that an effective and enriching training program will be organised for them that essentially keeps pace with the state-of-the-art technologies used, including the high professional media capabilities that achieve the Qatar Media Corporation’s directives and objectives, as well as the audience’s aspirations, since Qatar TV will undergo decommissioning.Regarding the Qatar TV administration’s preparations to conduct media coverage for the upcoming FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022, he said that there will be an enjoyable coverage for this historic and exclusive tournament, noting that many studios will be deployed in Katara Cultural Village and across the state of Qatar, including in recreational areas and in FIFA Club World Cup Fan Zone that FIFA has determined. He stated that the exclusive media coverages required for the promotion of events and cultural and tourist attractions landmarks in Qatar will begin on October 1, 2022, and will last until the end of the World Cup.It’s worth noting that Thursday’s event was held at the Sheraton Doha, and it was attended by a slew of VIPs, media personalities, and young people. The highlight of today’s event was a panel discussion on the importance of media, which featured President of the Qatar Press Center Saad bin Mohammed Al Rumaihi and Abdullah Faraj Al Marzouqi, who oversees training programs for young media professionals at Qatar TV.