Jesús Cintora's program is now ready for broadcast and also to go to court.

The representatives of the workers of TVE have announced that they will take legal measures before the imminent launch of

The Clear Things


The majority of the so-called Inter-Center Committee of the public channel "goes to court" in view of the fact that if the outsourcing of the format implies a violation of the legislation concerning the corporation, which requires that any informative content be made with staff and not with hiring outside of it.

According to radio and television sources, this Tuesday the Human Resources department exposed the unions that the program has involved 25 hiring of journalists, a team tailored to Cintora and that has been located at the Prado del Rey facilities, specifically in the RNE building even though it is a television program.

The clear things proposes its premiere for next Monday and supposes the square of the morning grid designed by Enric Hernández, director of Information and News of all RTVE.

La hora de La 1, with Mònica López, starts this new program in which the Bloqueados por el muro contest was also tested, without success and despite the fact that this format cost 2,100,000 euros, as sources from chain.

The clear things intends to compete with Al rojo vivo, Antonio García Ferreras, in La Sexta.

In fact, Cintora comes from the same private group, Atresmedia, where he participated as a program collaborator but lacked his own program, a possibility that Hernández has opened up to him in La 1.

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