An increasing number of European churches are beginning to understand the role of Christian media in reaching the unchurched in Romania and Europe. To provide adequate training in the use of Christian television, Alfa Omega TV reports that in conjunction with World Vision Romania, it has launched a short-term intensive media training program. According to Alfa Omega, the training is for two days a month and provides basic information about the technical aspects of filming, editing, news, feature reports and interviews. The first course brought a group of young people from five cities not only interested in using media tools in local churches, but also excited about getting involved in broadcast production on Romanian TV channels. The aim of the course is help prepare a strong group of Christians who can effectively use the media to spread the gospel in Romania and beyond. (ASSIST News)