IN the DR programme 'Deadline' Tuesday criticized the three commentators in the tough Danmarks Radio and TV2 to be statsmedier, which completely uncritical pandering to the prime minister Mette Frederiksen (S) and the government in the coronakrisen.
the Tv stations have, according to the political commentator Lars Trier Mogensen 'spytslikkende and overwhelmed attitude towards Mette Frederiksen, and other ministers'.
They behave as the state's extended arm, unlike the newspapers that bravely and wisely criticize the men's handling of the pandemic, echoed the criticism.
'TV2 is the glaring example,' said Trier Mogensen, who believe that TV2 relate to those in power as to the royal house, namely, indiscriminately, and with a bent neck.
DR got of Martin Aagerup from the think tank Cepos bl.a. criticism in order to bypass the newspapers ' revelations of the lack of medical evidence for the decommissioning of Denmark.
But while the two DR-editors as well as the 'Deadline'-the host Niels Krause-Kjær defended the DR, which DR to ask about ærkerivalens response to criticism.
instead concluded Krause Kjær, who has been the rector of the Danish school of journalism, to tell you that 'tomorrow (Wednesday, red.) sitting in the Nola Gaardmand for the first time in værtsstolen'.
In the chair, he laid as a 'welcome gift' the obligation to apologize.
Nola Gaardmand, who was known as the host of 'Sundhedsmagasinet', said that she was 'going to have to bring a correction to the broadcast yesterday', where the 'Deadline' brought a preview of the TV2 programme 'Denmark stand together', where cute toddlers to mushy background music skamroste 'Mette'.
'Deadline', showed the Wednesday also a clip from the DR programme '21 Sunday', where from aalborg, children are called Matos 'the best prime minister', and when a small boy handed the head of state a rose with komplimentet 'A rose for a rose'.
'In the subsequent discussion, it was both the clip and TV2's journalism repeatedly criticized, without that TV2 had been submitted to the criticism or had the opportunity to reply. It was a mistake, which we deplore,' said Nola Gaardmand.
At TV2 is programredaktør on 'Denmark stand together' Henriette Ladegaard-Pedersen, satisfied that the DR has lamented that the Deadline did not give TV 2 the ability to respond to the criticism that was made, she writes in an email to Ekstra Bladet.
'The two feature at DR and TV2 are however significantly different,' she writes.
'Of TV2 was not to instruct the children in any way, as we - in an exceptional program in an exceptional situation - offered children and parents to send a greeting or a thank you to the country's prime minister, just as we gave the danes the opportunity to say thank you to the many others who stood in the front line of the difficult situation,' writes Henriette Ladegaard-Pedersen.
Ekstra Bladet has asked DR why DR chose not to ask TV2.
'It was an unfortunate, journalistic oversight, which we talked about on the efterkritikken and then on its own initiative, chose to regret,' writes Heidi Robdrup, redaktionschef for the Deadline.