The Democratic Voice of Burma (DVB) on Sunday signed an agreement on content sharing with the Burmese edition of Voice of America (VOA).
A ceremony to mark the occasion was held at the Park Royal Hotel in Rangoon that same day.
According to the MoU, VOA Burmese will be allocated two 30-minute slots a day on the DVB channel. The VOA Burmese content will include news, commentary and programmes about health.
Rangoon regional chief minister Phyo Min Thein also attended the event.
“These two organisations have been very close friends – they were brethren in Burma’s democratic revolution,” he said.