The Cambodian-American community is unique in that it's rich culture is not represented in local broadcast. The community of war-torn refugees and more recent immigrants suffers from a lack of culturally specific programming. Local festivals, celebrations and community leaders are not covered or represented adequately in traditional news or entertainment media. While the Vietnamese-American community, Korean-American Community and the Chinese-American community have succeeded in establishing multiple sources of local broadcast programming, the Cambodian-American community has never had a local media source to represent and provide culturally specific entertainment and news. To these ends, the founders of KhmerTV seek to provide a critical media resource for the Cambodian-American Community. It is our mission to provide Cambodian-American's a broadcasting home where they can view news, entertainment, education, and additional programming designed specifically for the Cambodian-American community. Khmer TV's mission is to bring together and empower the Cambodian-American community by serving as the unifying platform for Cambodian-Americans We seek to build partnerships with community organizations, leaders, government agencies, local businesses, entertainers, and all citizens in order to better connect and inform the larger Cambodian-American community.
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