The changes in RTVE continue. The new management commanded by José Manuel Pérez Torneró has already decided one of Mónica López’s substitutes at the head of The hour of the 1 after a few days ago the journalist was informed that she would not continue to lead the program as of September.
As BLUPER has learned, it is Marc Sala, a journalist with a long history at RTVE who until last season was in charge of The night in 24, when he was replaced by Xabier Fortes.
Media like ECD assured this Thursday that Sala would take the reins of a new version of The TVE Breakfasts, which were canceled in the previous season by the former director of Information and News, Enric Hernández.
However, the truth is that public television will continue to maintain the brand of The Hour of the 1 and Sala will be one of the presenters of the format. In the next few days the Corporation will announce who will accompany it in this new stage.
Degree in Journalism from the Autonomous University of Barcelona. After working in various local media in Terrassa and in the Radio Barcelona newsroom, in 1994 he joined the RNE editorial staff in Catalonia, where he served as news editor and editor.
In 2004 he moved to the central newsroom of RNE in Madrid, where he was in charge of the edition and presentation of News as Spain 8 O 14Horas. He was also deputy director of the program On days like today.
In 2013 he worked in the news programs of TVE in Catalonia, where he presented and edited The news and 2018 is chosen to present The night in 24 hours. Since 2020 he presented the 24-hour nightly newscast on RNE.
Since his arrival in office, Pérez Tornero announced that the infoshow had no place on public television and that any informational program had to be produced by the information services of the public. Hence I decided to cancel first Things clear and dismiss Jesús Cintora; and then change the production of The Hour of the 1 and remove Mónica López from the program.
At the moment, the RTVE management is studying what their mornings will be like starting in September. The only sure thing is that the strip it occupied Things clear will be occupied by a magazine without political content.
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