The King urged staff to carry on with their "endeavour to convey citizens' concerns, hopes and aspirations and pursue the process of giving so that JRTVC
will remain a media outlet seeking excellence."
During a visit to the corporation on Wednesday accompanied by State Minister for Media Affairs and Culture Minister Samih Mytah, Ensour was briefed by JRTVC
Director General Ramadan Rawashdeh on preparations taken by the corporation to follow up and cover the elections.
Dirctor, Ramada Rawashdeh, said his corporation is working on a media plan for the upcoming elections, stressing the corporation's neutrality and its key role in urging citizens to register to vote.
The deal, inked by JRTVC
Acting Director-General Saleh Qallab and visiting Turkish Deputy Premier, Bulent Arinc, entails exchanging TV programs and archives as well as cooperation in the documentaries industry.
Rifai said during a visit to the corporation, that JRTVC is a state outlet but the government would not tolerate to see it blocked, to the "other opinion".
He said JRTVC's focus should be on political, cultural and social programs that enrich Jordanian life thought, while adhering to the constitution and basic national principles.
The prime minister said JRTVC is a key area of interest, by His Majesty King Abdullah II, just like any national media outlet.