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YCS/YSM conduct enlightening emcee, TV anchor workshops

Published On : 11 Apr 2018   |  Reported By : canaranews network


Mangaluru: YCS/YSM of the diocese organised a workshop on emceeing and TV anchoring at Derebail Church hall.

The inauguration commenced at 9.30 am. Fr Austin Peres, parish priest of Derebail Church was chief guest. After the inauguration, Fr Rupesh Madtha diocesan director welcomed the gathering and Fr Austin addressed the participants calling them to make use of opportunities in life.

Jennifer Carlo, Loretta Anthony and Deona Dsouza invoked God presence through a prayer song. Nevin Dcunha compered the programme and Violine delivered the vote of thanks.

The first session was taken up by Lesly Rego, one of the prominent speakers in town. He spoke on compering and organising programmes as well as public speaking.

The afternoon session was handled by Alwyn Danthy who enumerated the scope of anchoring programmes in media through demonstration.

All 81 were enthusiastic and energetic participants selected from all over the diocese.

The session wound up at 4.00 pm with distribution of certificates to the participants.

 

 







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