EThis Wednesday sees the launch of the fifth affiliate of Euronews in Eastern Europe and the Balkans after Bulgaria, Georgia, Albania and Serbia.
Euronews Romania will cover national and international news, from a European perspective.
Euronews Romania associated with the Polytechnic University of Bucharest has a team of two hundred journalists and technicians.
A broadcast 24 hours a day, live from 6 in the morning until midnight.
At the head of the new project is the journalist Andra Diaconescu:_”We are analyzing the great crisis that is expected throughout the world: the food crisis, and today we have exclusive interviews with commissioners from the European Union and NATO. We talk about what the solutions may be for Romania, for Europe and for everyone._We want to bring perspective to our viewers and give them a voice, because this is what is important to us and to our audience, this is what we believe in.”
Following the launch of Euronews Bulgaria earlier this month, Euronews Romania now joins the network of European affiliates in Georgia, Albania and Serbia.
Euronews Romania will be included in the offer of the main cable providers in the country: Vodafone, Orange and RCS-RDS. Euronews will also continue to broadcast on the English channel throughout Romania.