The four Visegrad Group countries are planning to launch a radio station at the start of next year, the head of Radio Poland told Hungarian public television M1. Barbara Stanisławczyk said the programmes to be broadcast in Polish, Czech, Slovak, and Hungarian would be aimed at presenting the cultures of the member countries and focusing on topical political issues.
Miklos Vaszily, head of MTVA (the Hungarian Media Support and Asset Fund) visited to Warsaw to talk on the topic of the new radio station. with Barbara Stanisławczyk, Polish Radio’s Executive Board President.
Barbara Stanisławczyk said that the region’s importance was gaining weight in Europe and highlighted the importance of the media in that tendency. The new station would also promote cooperation between radio people in the four countries, Stanisławczyk added.
Radio V4, still under its working stage-name, and going to be launched next year by the plans.
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