Deutschland transmitter scandal

Director BR Wildermuth sees events at RBB as ‘odds’

The BR Director considers events at RBB to be “individual” as it currently is

The director of Bavarian broadcasting, Katja Wildermuth, considers grievances at the RBB to be an isolated case within the general ARD. In light of the crisis at RBB, managers are increasingly distancing themselves from the top of the station.

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Katja Wildermouth, director of Bayerischer Rundfunk, said she was “shocked and concerned” about the crisis at RBB. However, the crisis in Berlin is not a symptom of public broadcasting as a whole.

aIn the opinion of BR Director Katja Wildermuth, the events at Rundfunk Berlin-Brandenburg (RBB) do not allow any conclusions to be drawn about the errors in the public broadcasting system as a whole. “As far as I know and from what we know now: Yes, events at RBB are individual,” Wildermuth of the Sueddeutsche Zeitung said:.

Bayerischer Rundfunk (BR) chairwoman said she was “shocked and concerned” about the crisis at RBB. said Wildermouth, who simultaneously defended ARD directors’ statement from the weekend, in which they announced they were incumbent. RBBThe administration no longer trusts a clear explanation of the allegations of waste, nepotism and nepotism.

“Over several weeks we have been asking for thorough clarification in the discussions, but have only found so much in bits and pieces or from the press. Trust has been lost there,” said Wildermouth, the director of the Public Relations Office. “But there is still confidence that the current management of the office based on The results (RBB) will draw the right conclusions.”

Katja Wildermuth, Director of Bayerischer Rundfunk, here in 2021, at Munich Media Days

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A decision is expected on Monday when the RBB board meets in private. Members wish to make a decision regarding the immediate termination of the service contract with outgoing Director Patricia Schlesinger, As reported by the announcer himself.

The statement from the weekend was “the result of numerous discussions in the background until late into the night.” “We didn’t really make the decision easy for ourselves, but the quick and complete transparency on the part of the RBB management is overdue,” Wildermuth told Sueddeutsche Zeitung newspaper.

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