the Permission to send on FM4, which right now is at Radio24syv, in the offer, and the majority of the editors must lie outside of Copenhagen.
It has the government and the Danish people's Party decided, according to a press release from the ministry of Culture.
concretely, among other things, to radiokanalens hovedredaktion and at least 70 percent of the editorial staff must be located at a distance of at least 110 kilometres from the centre of Copenhagen. Thus, 110 kilometers from Radio24syvs current editing.
- We are now ready with the framework for genudbuddet of FM4. Radio24syv who has operated the canal so far, has proven that it is possible to give citizens throughout the country a greater radioudbud with new content and new formats. I'm sure that a future player, with this framework – who it might be – will continue to develop radiomarkedet for the benefit of the listeners, says the minister of culture, Mette Bock (LA) in a press release.
The upcoming radio station, according to the press release ensuring 'better public service coverage of the whole country'.
Radio and television board, which shall consider the applications for the channel, placing special emphasis on the candidates ' plans for producing content, covering the whole country.
According to the press release, there are 'four to five serious undertakings', which so far have expressed that they will offer on the channel.
the News is not surprisingly, not been received well at 24syv.
- Well, then it succeeded the Danish people's Party to beat Radio24syv to death. Good weekend, writing program director Mads Brügger on Twitter, followed by a picture of a coffin.
Well, then it succeeded the Danish people's Party to beat Radio24syv to death. Good weekend #dkpol #dkmedier Now sent the radio station in range: 70 percent must be working far away from Copenhagen https://t.co/gwYKYcbRJZ— Mads Brügger (@MBrgger) 22. march 2019
Mads Brügger has quickly responded to the 24syv disheartening news. Picture: Niels Hougaard
In the last years of media buying between the government and DF, it appears that 'the headquarters will be located west of the great belt' and that 'half of the editorial staff and all administrative employees shall be employed to the west of the great belt'. The share is now screwed up on the 70 percent.
Of the agreement it also appears that Radio24syvs current permit expires in October, why the so should offer.