Governs appoints journalist Andrea Fresard as the new president of TVN’s board of directors.

The government of the President, Gabriel Boric, appointed the journalist and former director of communications of the National Television Council, Andrea Fresard, as the new president of the board of TVN.
Through a press release, the Executive informed about the decision, where the 49-year-old journalist will assume the presidency of the board of the state signal. It should be remembered that this measure is direct and should not have the approval of another branch of the State, unlike the presence of Rodrigo Cid in the same board that must have the permission of Congress.
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Fresard is a journalist at Universidad Andrés Bello and a professor at Universidad Diego Portales. Between 2001 and 2004 she became the first head of Communications of the National Television Council (CNTV), being responsible for creating the communications area of the regulatory body of television channels with open signal.
In 2004 he assumed the position of head of Communications and Public Relations of Chilevisión, with the task of reformulating the communication policy of the signal.
She was the Communications Manager at the launch of cnn Chile, being the first 24/7 news channel in the country.
Andrea Fresard has been a professor since 1996, being a professor at the Diego Portales (UDP), Central and In the Master of Public Policies of the School of Government of the Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile.
She currently served as head of Communications and Public Affairs at the Chilean Museum of Pre-Columbian Art, and is also part of the Committee for the Defense of Public Television (CDT).
She has also worked as an independent consultant for various international organizations, such as UN Women; the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO), the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) and the Government Laboratory, among other organizations.

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