The Hungarian-speaking staff of the minority studio of the Romanian State Television (TVR) in Cluj-Napoca were shocked to receive the appointment of the Romanian editor-in-chief, Aline Gilmarian, to direct the Hungarian broadcasting in Cluj-Napoca, at the decision of the Central Command in Bucharest. This decision made in the capital is unprecedented in the operation of the provincial tax. The studio, which has been in operation for thirty-one years after the regime change, has until now been run by Hungarian editors-in-chief elected by the editorial board.
a Chronicle He also writes that in the last days of 2020, the president and CEO of Doina Gradea, responsible for the Romanian state channel, replaced several senior employees of the central and regional channels of the TV station and appointed new employees to replace them.
Specifically, the appointment of studio directors, editors-in-chief, and production office directors was not extended without notice or justification.
The current editor-in-chief, ron Antal, who was able to leave, was unable to comment on the studio’s internal affairs, referring to the contract, The Chronicle In the replay He notes that the other Hungarian program editors also declined to respond. The online news portal also wrote that the Cluj-Napoca tax is working with as many as four people to liberalize the broadcast due to the constant drawdown of funds, although it will sell up to a dozen employees.
At TVR, the ball is not only due to unexplained changes in the cast, but also due to the extremely low quality of the New Year’s Eve program that was criticized by the entire country.