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Programme director and news chief editor leaving STV

The newly-formed Radio and Television Slovakia (RTVS) led by its interim head Miloslava Zemková announced on Wednesday, January 5 that it will part ways with some people from the former Slovak Television's (STV) management, the TASR newswire reported. Following a mutual agreement, tenures of STV's programme director Roman Lipták, director for strategic development Jan Dianiška, news editor-in-chief Ján Šmihula and general director's division coordinator Lukáš Machala will be terminated, interim STV director Ľuboš Machaj told TASR.

The newly-formed Radio and Television Slovakia (RTVS) led by its interim head Miloslava Zemková announced on Wednesday, January 5 that it will part ways with some people from the former Slovak Television's (STV) management, the TASR newswire reported.

Following a mutual agreement, tenures of STV's programme director Roman Lipták, director for strategic development Jan Dianiška, news editor-in-chief Ján Šmihula and general director's division coordinator Lukáš Machala will be terminated, interim STV director Ľuboš Machaj told TASR.

Source: TASR

Compiled by Zuzana Vilikovská from press reports
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