Correspondents should keep abreast of changes - Seelaratna Senarath
Lake House correspondents should face challenges of the changing
They must render a useful service to the society and protect the
image of the country, said ANCL (Lake House) Editorial Director
Seelarathna Senerath at a meeting attended by Thinakaran Associate
Editor K. Kunarasa and Ampara District Lake House Tamil correspondents.
The meeting was organised to resolve the problems and obstacles
confronting the provincial correspondents.
A large number of correspondents from the Ampara District was present
at the Alayadivembu Swami Vipulananda Children's Home. Ampara District
Journalists' Federation President Meera S. Issadeen presided.
Digamadulla District parliamentarian P.H. Piyasena and Alayadivembu
Divisional Secretary V. Jegatheesan were also present.
Seelaratne said, that shortcomings would be rectified and modern
technologies introduced. Media personel should keep abreast to the
current changes taking place.
We commended the Lake House correspondents who worked with devotion
"During the tenure of Managing Director Bandula Padmakumara vast
strides have been made in the media field" he said.
He said that he found that the ANCL Thinakaran Editorial staff is
always co-operative and extend their co-operation to the management to
facilitate administration relating to decision making and other
activities of the company.
The Director Editorial Seelaratna Senarath was draped with a golden
shawl for his outstanding services rendered to the media by
parliamentarian P.H. Piyasena at the meeting, followed by the release of
the 'Vipulam' souvenir presented to him by the President, Vipulananda
Children's Home, T. Kailayapillai.