Cabinet Secretariat Receives Award from KPI for Supporting Broadcasting Ecosystem

By Office of Assistant to Deputy Cabinet Secretary for State Documents & Translation     Date 24 Juni 2024
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Cabinet Secretariat represented by Deputy Cabinet Secretary for Political, Legal, and Security Affairs Purnomo Sucipto receives an award from KPI for its contribution to developing broadcasting industry in Indonesia, at Nusantara Hall I ICE BSD, South Tangerang city, Banten province, Monday (06/24). (Photo by: PR of Cabinet Secretariat/Jay)

Cabinet Secretariat received an award from the Indonesian Broadcasting Commission (KPI) for its contribution to developing the broadcasting industry in Indonesia. The award was presented by Chairperson of Central KPI Ubaidillah to Deputy Cabinet Secretary for Political, Legal, and Security Affairs Purnomo Sucipto who represented Cabinet Secretariat.

The awarding ceremony was held at Nusantara Hall I ICE BSD, South Tangerang city, Banten province, Monday (06/24), during the Inauguration of National Coordination Meeting of KPI 2024 and the Commemoration of the 91st National Broadcasting Day themed ‘Indonesian Broadcasting Grows Stronger in Harmony’. The event was also attended by Vice President Ma’ruf Amin who gave his opening remarks.

“We are proud and grateful to receive the award. It means that Cabinet Secretariat is considered to support the works of broadcasting industry as well as the works of KPI and Regional KPI (KPID),” Purnomo said after attending the event.

He expressed hope that in the future, Cabinet Secretariat to a maximum extent can further carry out its tasks and functions in order to ensure governance according to its respective areas. In his opinion, KPI and KPID are parts of government components that should be supported by Cabinet Secretariat.

“Broadcasting industry should be supported to exist in the digital era. So, it is some kind of transition era from conventional broadcasting industry to digital broadcasting, and we all should support the transition,” Purnomo commented.

Purnomo further explained that Cabinet Secretariat can contribute to the broadcasting industry by supporting KPID in terms of budget and secretariat affairs, supporting the re-evaluation of regulations on the definition of broadcasting, as well as supporting the institutional synergy.

“Cabinet Secretariat encourages ministries/institutions to support the works of KPI and KPID and the broadcasting industry in all aspects,” he affirmed.

The 12 ministries/institutions, including Cabinet Secretariat, that received KPI award were the House of Representatives of the Republic of Indonesia, Ministry of State Secretariat, Ministry of Religious Affairs, Ministry of Law and Human Rights, Ministry of Finance, Ministry of Communications and Information Technology, Ministry of the National Development Planning/National Development Planning Agency, Ministry of State Apparatus Empowerment and Bureaucratic Reform, Ministry of Women Empowerment and Child Protection, Ministry of Investment/Investment Coordinating Board, and the Indonesian Ulema Council. (TGH/ABD) (AW/MUR)

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