Euronews launches Romanian channel

European news organisation Euronews has announced the launch of Euronews Romania.

The channel, which launches May 25, is a national news channel that delivers national, European and international news to Romanian audiences.

The launch comes a month after Euronews successfully launched a similar channel in Bulgaria.

Euronews Romania is formed as a partnership between the European network and Universitatea Politehnica din București, signed in January 2021. Since then, the organisation has built a staff to build a new national news channel that is “fully aligned with the values of independence, impartiality, and pluralism”.

The channel will broadcast 24/7, with live programming from 6am to midnight. Euronews Romania has a staff of 200 journalists and technicians, which will provide news bulletins, Euronews magazines and local productions. 

Andra Miron Diaconescu, Euronews Romania’s Editor-in-Chief, said: “We cannot wait to bring this new TV offer to Romanian-speaking audiences. Faithful to Euronews’ core mission, all of us, here at Euronews Romania, are focused on empowering people to form their own opinion, through unbiased, factual, and fiercely independent journalism and presenting “All Views”. We are proud to be a part of the extended Euronews family and look forward to working hand-in-hand with editorial teams across Europe to bring our audiences the best possible news offer.”

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