Opinion

The future is for those media forms that are economically more profitable: for digital ones, says David Trueba, Spanish director, writer and journalist

David Trueba is a Spanish director, writer, journalist and regular author of the El País and El Periódico de Catalunya newspapers. He has won six Goya awards for the movies “Soldados de Salamina”, “Madrid 1987”, “Vivir es fácil con los ojos cerrados” and the documentary “Si me borrara el viento lo que yo canto”. We …

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In the Pyrenees the number of digital media significantly dominates the number of traditional print media, said the president of the Media and Communications Association, Ramon Grau

photo: amic

The first two-day Inter-Pyrenees Congress ended in La Seu d’Urgell, the Catalan city bordering Andorra, with a participation of 180 media representatives of the Pyrenees publishing information in Catalan. The event was attended by journalists and editors of the Basque Country, Navarra, Aragon, Catalonia, Ariege, Andorra, the Balearic Islands and Valencia. Among …

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We will not buy snow in Sochi and Siberia, it was a joke broadcasted on December 28 (Andorra’s April Fool’s Day), said Andorra Tourisme’s GM Betim Budzaku

At the beginning of the new year, Russian television channels launched information that Andorra planned to buy snow in Siberia and Sochi due to the lack of snow on the slopes of the ski resorts in the principality. The channels showed empty gray ski slopes. Then, quite seriously, it was stated that hundreds of tourists …

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All Andorra news / Interview

The journalists of Andorra are well protected and can work in freedom, professional secrecy is respected here, said the general director of Ràdio i Televisió of Andorra, Xavi Mujal

Xavi Mujal, general director of Ràdio i Televisió d’Andorra (RTVA) spoke with all-andorra.com about information policy, freedom of expression and the organization of broadcasting in Andorra:

Interview: Jacqueline Terno

What is RTVA today?

RTVA – it’s the only TV and radio company that talks about Andorra. 90% of RTVA’s budget comes from public money (so it is the …

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