Welcome to the 2018 HPN, National Museum of Prominent Figures Soon Remodeled
By : Herry Barus And Aldo Bella Putra | Monday, October 09 2017 - 19:30 IWST
Menkominfo Rudiantara bersama Panitia HPN 2018 (Foto Dok Industry.co.id)
INDUSTRY.co.id - Jakarta- the Ministry of Communications and Informatics will help renovate the Museum of National Press Figures. Expected in the National Press Day (HPN) 2018 which will be held in Padang, West Sumatra, February 2018, there is a proto type that can be enjoyed by the public.
In a meeting with the Committee of HPN 2018 Menkominfo Rudiantara said, it welcomes the initiative.
"I think it is time we pay attention to the relics of national press figures especially those from West Sumatera.This is a very good initiative," said Rudiantara in Jakarta on Monday (09/10/2017).
HPN 2018 which is the largest activity of the national press community will be held in West Sumatra on 9 February. As usual, before the peak event will be held some activities related to the development of quality work of journalism and regional development.
On the occasion of meeting with the Minister of Communication and Information Committee of 2018, the Committee was led by the Chairman of the Board of Honor of the Indonesian Journalists Association (PWI) Ilham Bintang.
In his explanation, Ilham Bintang said, West Sumatra is a national press figure contributor in the era of national movement. The struggle of the press shop in the era of national movement needs to be disseminated so that it not only belongs to the press community but also belongs to the people of Indonesia generally.
"We need to think together to build the museum of Mr. Adinegoro, Mr. Rosihan Anwar or Mrs. Rohana Kudus, with the concept of the present and not old school for the younger generation," said Ilham mentioned some of the national press figures from West Sumatra.
Minister Rudiantara said he would help to find a party that can develop a qualified IT system for museums of national press figures. While the national press community asked him to prepare the museum content to be conveyed to the public.
In the meeting, Minister Rudiantara also reminded that journalists continue to improve the capacity and quality of journalistic work.
He said that the life and death of the press as well as the mainstream media depended on accuracy, not just speed.
"If the media only rely on speed, then gradually aka abandoned readers," said Minister of Communication and Information.