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NOCC to launch course for sport journalists

NOCC to launch course for sport journalists

The National Olympic Committee of Cambodia will host a four-day Sport Media Seminar for 25 journalists from local media organisations from February 18 at the NOCC headquarters.

Dr Chan Samnob, a Cambodian literature expert from the Phnom Penh Academy, will give lessons in grammatical rules, writing styles for accuracy as well as some insight into the history of Cambodian literature.

Dem Sovannarom of the Royal University of Phnom Penh will then instruct attendees in how to obtain and research news. Finally, NOCC secretary-general Vath Chamroeun will talk about sport history, structure, athlete management and how transfers work.

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