Jatiya Press Club (JPC) formally introduced WiFi (wireless) internet for journalists. Advanced Data Networks System Limited (ADNSL), a leading internet service provider, has sponsored the complementary internet service for the Press Club members.Henceforth, any member of the Jatiya Press Club having laptop or mobile-phone enabled with wireless facilities can get access to the internet anytime in any places on the club premises. On the occasion, a function was held at Press Club Media Centre with Media Centre sub-committee chairman Abdur Rahman Khan in the chair.
Press Club President Shawkat Mahmud and ADNSL CTO Engr. Abdul Matin Miazi addressed the function.
JPC President Shawkat Mahmud Addressing
ADNSL CTO is talking to the press
Shawkat Mahmud termed the introduction of wireless internet in Jatiya Press Club as a milestone in advancing journalism in Bangladesh with the latest world technology.Seeking full-scale cooperation from the ADNSL, he said the Press Club management is also contemplating to introduce more advanced internet service so that the electronic media journalists can send their video footage and stories to their respective offices from the media centre.
Assuring their continued cooperation, Abdul Matin Miazi said ADNSL has been providing the wireless internet service to the Press Club as part of its corporate social responsibility (CSR).
He urged all the corporate business houses to come forward and engage in social work as part of their CSR. ADNSL general manager Ismat Shirin gave the vote of thanks. Media centre users and senior members of the Press Club attended the function.