The university of Film and Television and Panasonic Company have signed the Memorandum of Understanding

15 October 2014

The University partnership programs with the world's largest electronics manufacturer was announced at the Moscow International Education Salon, organized by the Ministry of Education and Science of the Russian Federation. The Memorandum of Understanding  was signed by the Rector of the University, Professor Alexander Evmenov (pictured right) and Masato Nakamura, the  Vice President of Panasonic Company.

As said Alexander D. Evmenov,  making the educational television studios is the immediate task of the University, designing and equipping centers for  interactive and  distance learning  and many other projects require appropriate technological support:

- For our university, which tries to follow all the latest trends in the field of film, television and media, the cooperation with leading companies in the field of telecommunications and audiovisual solutions is an absolute necessity, - he emphasized. - We have a variety of educational, creative and social projects, where we need the participation of Panasonic Company.

Panasonic showed educational television studio project as a tool for the creation of socially-oriented video content  which is required by educational institutions and museums  and by public organizations. Studio gives to students many opportunities – shooting reports, professional video production, etc. St.Petersburg State University of Film and Television was developed the course of training of teachers for specifically for this educational  studios, including the use of distance learning.

- The University of Film and Television is one of the oldest Russian universities, and the only one which trains specialists for the entire spectrum of the film industry, television and the media - said Masato Nakamura, accepted the offer to join the Board of Trustees of the University. - Close cooperation with the University gives us opportunities to share not only our experiences, but also the experience of our partners.

At the Moscow International Education Salon also the socio-educational project "The art of making a better world" was presented. It was created by specialists of the University, Panasonic  Company and the Jewish Museum and the Center of Tolerance. As noticed one of the authors of the initiative Alexander Boroda -  the president of the Federation of Jewish Communities of Russia, member of the Public Chamber of the Russian Federation (pictured right), this project aims to promote active civic stand through the modern  television technologies development by students.

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