The multilingual European TV news channel Euronews plans to launch a channel in Romanian, Euronews president Philippe Cayla told a press conference in Bucharest on Wednesday. “We plan to develop” Euronews in Romanian,” Philippe Cayla said. Cayla explained that the launch of Euronews in Romanian might represent an advantage both for Romania and for the European TV station, because it might provide a better access to information presented at European quality, but also for Romanian journalists that might be selected to become members of the Euronews team.
“We try not to be an off shore station and not to focus exclusively on what happens in Brussels.
We want to broadcast real issues. Euronews wants to be perceived as a landmark TV station for 21st century Europeans, who want to be updated on all fields, not only on politics but also on life, social issues and science,” Cayla explained.