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Monday, September 12, 2005
This is not exactly news, as it happened in the beggining of September, but is certanly an important event.
Andreea Rosca, chief editor at Capital Magazine, decided to leave the publication she has been working for in the last 13 years in search of new challanges.
She will leave Capital starting from 1st of November and she will be replaced by Iulian Bortos, chief editor for the Business department of the publication.
Andreea Rosca has been working with Capital since 1992. She became editor in chief from october 1999, replacing Ionut Popescu. Ionut Popescu became recently Ministry of Finance in Romania, but has been replaced from this job a couple of weeks ago. It is almost certain that Ionut Popescu will return to Capital in the next months.
Andreea Rosca says she has not decided for any future projects now, but she will convinced her future job will still be in the Media industry.
You can read an interview with Andreea Rosca and Iulian Bortos on this subject, both of them in Romanian.
Posted by Mihai Botea : 9/12/2005 03:46:00 pm
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