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The main newspapers in Vietnam are the Peoples Daily, the New Hanoi, the Saigon Liberation, Labour, and others. In Vietnam, TV news has a variety of genres like economics, daily lives of the people…, it is broadcasted at different times such as the channels VTV1, HTV9 (formerly) in the morning of each hour, certain local stations and countries at Golden Hour such as 60 seconds, Messenger of the 24 Hours, the 24 Hours of Movement, East-West Movement, the Morning News…, and the Morning News…, which presents a brief, brief, continuously updated, and so on. The content of TV programs in Vietnam is varied and rich in genres like news, culture, entertainment, science, synthesis…, which caters the needs of Vietnamese peoples lives.

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 – Stand fast therefore in the liberty wherewith Christ hath made us free, and be not entangled again with the yoke of bondage.

The Mass Media System has emerged as a strong force represented by newspapers, publications, radio and TV, news agencies, and other electronic communications. Under Communist Party direction, revolutionary Vietnamese printing houses and mass media systems The mass media system has contributed greatly in fighting against the enemy, building up, and protecting Viet Nam.

By 1968, the war was in full swing, and some 600 accredited journalists from every nation were working in Vietnam, reporting to American newswire services, radio and TV networks, as well as major newspaper chains and news magazines. Before then, the number of American journalists in Vietnam had been smaller–fewer than two dozen even in 1964.

In 1970, in the north, Voice of Vietnam aired its first trial TV show. Since then, daily international news broadcasts by Soviet central TV have reached Vietnam, and some images from Vietnam reach the world. The Vietnamese Voice is the official broadcasting system of the Vietnamese government.

 – Because the creature itself also shall be delivered from the bondage of corruption into the glorious liberty of the children of God.

Vietnam has formed the National Coordinating Council on the Prevention and Control of COVID-19, which is responsible for the efforts to guide efforts and to inform the public. In response to false reports, particularly in the course of the COVID-19 outbreak, the Government has made advance predictions and concrete strategies. In Vietnam, the role of news outlets and social media in spreading the governments message about the COVID-19 pandemic is undisputed; yet, fake news phenomena remain significant.

In the first 5 months of 2020, nearly 17 million mentions related to COVID-19 outbreak-related situations in Vietnam were made on Vietnamese cyberspace (status lines, comments) (3). Travellers in Vietnam might have questions regarding the spread of the coronavirus (COVID-19) in Vietnam, and what policies are being implemented in Vietnam.

Although confirmed cases are still few within Vietnam, authorities are taking rapid, stringent prevention measures to contain the virus. The first case of the new coronavirus was detected in Vietnam in January, and so far, the Ministry of Health has reported 267 infections, without any deaths, numbers well below what has been seen in some other Asian countries. Since the start of the novel coronavirus outbreak (COVID-19), Vietnam has been monitoring the situation closely and has put in place a series of proactive, holistic measures to fight viral transmission inside the country and to prepare its public health facilities. HANOI (Reuters) – A new decree that came into force on Wednesday in Vietnam introduced penalties for spreading false news or rumors on social media, as commentary about the novel coronavirus rapidly spread online across the Southeast Asian nation.

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Vietnams Information & Communications Ministry said it was clamping down on fake, harmful online news spreading by users on Vietnamese websites. The above information will be updated on a weekly basis with new information from Vietnamese Health, Tourism, and Aviation authorities. The information above is collected by the Vietnam Tourism Advisory Council, a government-run service to travelers. Last year, the Ministry established Vietnam Counterfeit Information Center in order to address this issue.

The centers capacity has increased from 100 million messages a day to 300 million. Vietnam has now established official communications channels on social media sites, such as a government information page on Facebook or an official ministry page on Zalo, one of Vietnams most popular social apps.

VOAs Vietnamese Facebook has over three million followers, 86 percent of whom are younger than 34, and over 91 percent are Vietnamese. VOA Vietnams YouTube page is now one of the largest media channels in the Vietnam market, with hundreds of millions of views and over a million subscribers. According to the local site VNexpress, late last year, Vietnam led Asia-Pacific region with the most YouTube broadcasters, 25 million. Regarding political news, Vietnam has now issued a regulation stating that there is no authorization for political news programming production (except on major channels, local TV stations with local political messages, as well as on other channels, major messages) For foreign news, most of the local TV stations signed cooperation agreements with TV stations in other countries, with the main news agencies, and some stations receive transmissions from TV channels.

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The resolution of this approach has also helped the public have confidence in official Vietnamese news. The government should commit to transparency when providing information, to helping people understand it quickly, and take measures to prevent and combat epidemics. They argued the tendency of the news media toward negative coverage helped undermine U.S. support for the war, whereas their noncensored coverage provided important intelligence for enemies in Vietnam.

Indeed, the majority of stories on nightly television news programs about the war were not freshly recorded films of Vietnam, but brief reports based on wire services dispatches read by the hosts. When Vietnam entered the post-17 April new normal, news articles related to the COVID-19 outbreak were still maintained at around 28%-40% by media and radio agencies, with stories and articles focusing on reconstruction, economic development, and non-subjective prevention of disease.