Agreement between Rob van Someren and Radio 10 after the lawsuit

Agreement between Rob van Someren and Radio 10 after the lawsuit

Rob van Someren has reached an agreement with Talpa Network over his forced move from afternoons to weekends on Radio 10. It is unclear exactly what has been agreed. Robb and Talpa don’t want to say anything about it.

Rob sued because the change was not made in consultation, while his contract stipulated that he would prepare a program between 4:00pm and 7:00pm. The judge agreed with him, but wanted the parties to first try to reach an agreement. The court informed the Afghan National Police that this was successful.

“It is always good for both parties to reach a solution through good consultation,” Rob van Someren’s lawyer, Saskia Poulin, told the news agency. It is up to Talpa to determine how and when the details of the agreement reached will be published.

However, the Talpa network did not want to say anything at all. A spokesperson for the media company told “This is an issue between Talpa Network and Rob van Someren and we will not make any further statements on this matter.”

It remains to be seen whether what has been agreed will ever become public. In principle, Gijs Staverman will start his afternoon program on Radio 10 next Monday, having left NPO Radio 2 this spring. It was previously announced that “Somergod” will now be heard on Saturdays and Sundays.

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