Talk show editors Op1 She drafted an angry letter addressed to the nonprofit’s president, Frederick Levlang. In this letter they express their dissatisfaction with the fact that they had to read in the newspaper about the end of the program.
Omroep MAX president Jan Slagter confirmed this to ANP on Thursday after it was reported from the newspaper advertisement. Broadcaster is responsible for broadcasting with EO and WNL Op1.
The staff is angry because they had to hear about the talk show’s termination through him advertisementWhich published an article on this topic on Wednesday. Op1 Should be removed in the fall of 2024 due Khaled and Sufi Move to late evening. The place will be filled by Eva Jenek.
The newspaper reported that a draft of the letter was circulated in the editorial office and employees could sign the letter. It is reported that employees feel “humiliated” and “angry” about the situation. “In addition to dismay, among the editors, editors-in-chief and presenters present, other old sentiments were rudely awakened once again.”
The letter said that this was not the first time that the creators of this program felt unfair and ill-advised treatment. For the “umpteenth time” there was a lack of communication with them. “For a public broadcaster who talks so much about the treatment of employees and claims that workplace safety is an important focus, this treatment of employees is inappropriate.”
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Fidan Ekiz: The approach of non-profit organizations is unprofessional
He. She advertisement Reports indicate that editors want to talk to Leeflang about continuing to make the show. Slagter also made the announcement earlier today. “There may be scope to continue in a diluted form.” He described it as “unfortunate for the editors and presenters Op1 “I had to hear through the newspaper that the program had to stop.”
The nonprofit also said Thursday that it regrets the way the news unfolded. “Unfortunately, changes to existing programs were leaked via the media yesterday afternoon before relevant staff from the various editorial offices were informed,” a press release said. “As a result, the careful process we have with broadcasters has been disrupted, for which we deeply regret.”
In the Op1It was broadcast on Thursday evening, and presenters Fidan Ekiz and Sven Kockelmann also stated that they were not satisfied with the turn of events. For example, Eckes noted that she considers the nonprofit’s approach “unprofessional.” “I think it’s negligent. I actually find it very troubling, because we also recognize that this was partly preceded by a political decision. And I have questions about that.”
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