State television to broadcast English news
As a part of the reorganization and consolidation of management that Hungarian state-owned television channels are about to undergo, flagship channel M1, which is to become an all-news channel, will broadcast a brand new English-language news program late at night before going off-air, Hungarian news agency MTI reported.
According to the plan, the news show will cover themes similar to those covered by BBC and have a program structure like CNN.
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