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Future negotiations In doing so, he endeavored, during the presentation of the back-to-school programmes, to give guarantees to the Government and in particular to the Minister of Culture and Communication , Aurélie Filippetti.
According to him, nothing is more “legitimate” than the strategy of public television “reflects the will of a  government  coming out of the ballot box”.
He again said he was perfectly in tune with Aurélie Filippetti and spoke “under the thumb” of the group’s new administrator, the PS deputy Patrick Bloche, chairman of the cultural affairs commission at the National Assembly.
And to affirm: “we must prepare for the new situation. And, for that, it is necessary to rediscuss the missions, the obligations and the financial means necessary to achieve them. It is legitimate for the economic framework to be reviewed and for new priorities to be defined”.
Suddenly, he accredited the information that public television was going to have to agree to a consequent savings plan.

Negotiations for the future of public television: –

Rémy Pflimlin, the CEO of the public group, has started negotiations with the State to define the future of public television. He underlined that his mandate extends until 2015 and expressed his alignment with the government’s vision.

During the presentation of the back-to-school programs, Pflimlin made a point of giving assurances to the government, in particular to the Minister of Culture and Communication, Aurélie Filippetti. He stressed the importance of  public television  reflecting the will of the elected government.

Review of missions and financial resources: –

Pflimlin stressed the need to adapt to the new situation and called for a reassessment of the missions, obligations and financial resources of public television. He recognized the legitimacy of reviewing the economic framework and defining new priorities.

Pflimlin also took note of the information regarding the requirement for public television to implement a major savings plan. This suggests that adjustments in spending and resource allocation may be needed to ensure the sustainability of public television.

By engaging in negotiations and recognizing the need for adaptation, Rémy Pflimlin demonstrated his commitment to shaping the future of public television in alignment with government objectives. These discussions will likely focus on assessing the economic viability, priorities and financial strategies needed to meet the changing demands of the media landscape.