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A1 Music show to be re-launched

Khmer Mekong films (KMF), leading Cambodian film and video company, has been hired as a consultant to give a fresh look to A1 - CTN's two-hour weekly music show. CTN is one of the country's most popular TV channels and A1, one of its more trendy shows that features up to 10 of Cambodia's top singing acts every week, attracts an audience of between one and two million. "A brand-new set has been designed; new variety acts are being introduced together with rehearsals for singers, dancers and MCs," stated KMF website. A1 has been running on CTN for five years and its relaunch will take place at 11am Sunday.

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