bTV Media Group (bTV) announces that it has accepted the resignation of Anton Hekimyan, Director of News, Current Affairs and Sport, with immediate effect, following his decision to pursue a different career path.
The company thanks Anton Hekimyan for his professional contribution over the past 17 years and acknowledges his efforts to turn bTV into one of the most objective and reliable media in Bulgaria.
In the interim period, the CEO of bTV Media Group Ralf Bartolait will be responsible for the news content, together with the editor-in-chief of “bTV News” Veselina Petrakieva, with the editor-in-chief of “Actualni Predaniya” Iskra Vladimirova and with the manager of web content & executive producer of the “Sport” editorial Vladislava Lazarova. As a journalist at the Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung in Germany, correspondent and bureau chief in Moscow and Leipzig for the Deutsche Presse Agentur (dpa), Mr. Bartolait has excellent previous experience as a political editor and foreign correspondent.
“bTV has always been an outstanding employer and as a media outlet strives for professionalism according to the highest standards,” said Anton Hekimyan.
The CME Editorial Board will continue to monitor all bTV news activities to ensure the integrity and independence of bTV News. The media immediately launched a process to select Mr. Hekimyan’s replacement for the post of director of bTV’s News, Current Affairs and Sports department.
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