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New director general appointed at public broadcaster

By: J.S., STA

The programming council of public broadcaster RTV Slovenija appointed Andrej Grah Whatmough the new director general.

Currently the chair of the broadcaster’s supervisory board, he will succeed Igor Kadunc at the end of April. Grah Whatmough owns a translation and interpreting company and his Linkedin bio says he works as an independent tax law specialist. He has been on the broadcaster’s supervisory board since 2015 and was originally nominated by the Modern Centre Party (SMC).

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