Haitian veteran broadcaster Ed Lozama says there is sufficient demand for a new school of broadcasting in Haiti and he plans on opening one next year. Lozama hopes to launch the school with about 100 students. Lozama Broadcasting Institute (LBI) aims to provide in-depth training in the field of television, radio broadcasting, and journalism specializing in such areas as radio announcing, writing and production of commercials, writing and delivering of newscasts and sportscasts.
The institute will hire well-known local professors, and teachers from the Diaspora as well, who will travel to Haiti once a month for seminars and lectures. For over 20 years, Lozama has been at the forefront of broadcast industry, whether at the Voice of America in Washington, Chicago, Florida, and Haiti. Lozama is now the general director of Radio MBC International in Port-au-Prince.
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