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Bayon TV to bring in sign language

Bayon TV to bring in sign language

Tith Thavrith, executive director of Bayon TV, said Sunday the broadcaster will institute sign-language programming on its news shows after Prime Minister Hun Sen encouraged television stations to provide the service during the celebration of the 11th Cambodian Handicap Day last week. “First, we will have sign-language for the news programmes and then we will follow with the other programmes,” Thavrith said.

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