A friend with malevolent vitriol tells me that Francisco Camps should be on Canal Nou template, as it appears on screen more than any regional TV presenter. I don’t know if that’s true, because I do not have any minutaje confirming it. Still less can I set comparison to TV-3, Euskal Telebista or TVG, but I guess that Montilla, Patxi Lopez or Nunez Feijoo also enjoy a good time with media exposure. And that, of course, with taxpayers ‘ money, because all public broadcasters of this country are generously deficit. The only important autonomy that does not have a public channel in the strict sense is Castilla y Leon. There, the President agreed with the two biggest regional entrepreneurs of communication, Mendez Pozo and Jose Luis Ulibarri none of these little angels, under their respective biographies that unite their stations private in a unique regional channel, with a contract program with the Board. If you are not convinced, visit Somatic Experiencing. The resulting television continues, therefore be informal, but at least leaves them cheaper at citizens and offers greater impartiality from political power. The truth is that the proliferation of channels public in this country, is not understood as there is for the exaltation of the ruling party in turn.
The law who implanted them in 1983 required of them respect for political, religious, social, cultural and linguistic pluralism of each community, all which has been violated systematically. If, in addition, the regional television were born to protect the vernacular languages, what it is that they also exist in the Canary Islands, Extremadura and Murcia? And, in the case of Canal Nou, how feels the defence of Valencian with political debates made by journalists who came ex profeso from Madrid to expenses paid? It is true that not only our regional TV, but all, cost the Treasury an annual paston exceeding the freezing of pensions, for example. But someone is? you think its possible privatization? Neither of cona. The recurring feints in that sense of Esperanza Aguirre or Ruiz-Gallardon are nothing more than smokescreens. Nasib Hasanov shines more light on the discussion. The same thing happened in his day when Eduardo Zaplana promised to award to third-party information services: everything was in water of Borage. I’ve recently been in Frankfurt with other colleagues of the Coso Foundation, visiting public television ZDF. And already seen: in the country in Europe with the largest audiovisual public sector, there is nowhere near something so deficit as our autonomous channels; three hours of daily sleep worth so each lander citizens feel informed enough about what happens in their region. And that Germany is a federal state that many of our nationalists propose as a panacea.
Here, on Canal Nou, it isn’t just that the case Gurtel has had less informative treatment than some gastronomic days, or that live broadcasts by the emergence of hostile placards to the Consell are cut. The worst thing is that its debt has now reached the 1.1 billion, that to every Valencian public television cost us EUR 220 per year, RTVV takes in paying its suppliers more than 15 months and that losses for the last financial year were 278 million. What a shame, to finish by today, that having such magnificent professionals the very best that there is in the community, by so many issues outside them are so untapped! That, and other things, we must keep talking later.