November 9th, 2010 - 16:51 UTC
by Andy Sennitt.
The Chairperson of the RT? Board, Tom Savage, has announced that the RT? Board has, with the consent of the government and the Minister for Communications, Energy and Natural Resources, appointed Noel Curran as the next Director-General of RT?.
In announcing the appointment the Chairperson, Tom Savage, said: “This appointment follows an exceptionally intensive and exhaustive international recruitment process. Noel Curran honed his award-winning skills as a journalist first in print and then in broadcasting. He has produced both Current Affairs and Entertainment with distinction. He was Managing Director of Television through seven years of creative change.”
“Noel has the editorial acumen, the cultural assurance, and the business flair to lead RT? into a new era of public service. In these especially challenging times, I am very pleased to announce his appointment and I wish Noel well as Director-General.”
Noel Curran said: “I am absolutely delighted to be appointed Director-General. RT? has a unique role and a unique responsibility in Irish life. It also has a unique relationship with its audience. Whatever challenges lie ahead, I hope to see that bond strengthened.”
The vacancy was announced in July with acceptance by the Board of the decision of the outgoing Director-General, Cathal Goan, to step down from his position having served his full seven-year term. Noel Curran will succeed Cathal Goan at the beginning of February 2011.
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