Illustration photo – President-elect Petr Pavel.
Prague – On Thursday, March 9, all major domestic television groups will broadcast the live broadcast of the inauguration of the new Czech president Petr Pavel. Czech Television will start its special broadcast as early as 5:59 in the morning and end at midnight, and during the broadcast, among other things, it promises a 40-minute interview with the new president. Nova will build its studio in front of St. Víta a Prima has already prepared a three-hour special for the ten-year anniversary of President Miloš Zeman on Wednesday. It follows from information on television.
Photo gallery: President-elect Petr Pavel
On Thursday, Czech Television will offer an all-day broadcast from the center of the action, Prague Castle. ČT24 broadcasts live the inaugural act, joint prayer and Te Deum in the Cathedral of St. He welcomes, will also offer interviews with political representatives, historians and constitutional lawyers and will bring practical information for the organization of the festive day at Prague Castle and the surrounding area. At the Prague Castle, CT plans to have three transmission and five satellite vehicles, while the appointment of the head of state will be filmed by at least 26 cameras and a total of nine CT presenters will guide the audience through it.
ČT24 will broadcast the inauguration ceremony live from 14:00 from the Vladislav Hall, where Petr Pavel will take his presidential oath at a joint meeting of both chambers of the Parliament. From 18:00, ČT24 will offer a live broadcast of the joint prayer and Te Deum from St. Vitus Cathedral. In the evening from 20:10, ČT1 and ČT24 will broadcast an interview with the new president from the Vladislav Hall.
TV Nova will broadcast the live broadcast on its main station from 1:30 p.m. to 3:30 p.m. and will be commented by Michaela Indráková and Michal Kratochvíl. The transmission on TN Live will start as early as 11:00 and will run until the start of the Televzní noviny at 19:30. In addition to the ceremonial part, viewers will watch the comments of journalist Lenka Zlámalová and political scientist Lukáš Jelínek, who will be together with TV Nova presenter Lukáš Richtár in an outdoor studio located in the third courtyard of Prague Castle near St. Vitus' Cathedral.
“TV Nova is choosing a new dedicated to the president in a campaign called Journey to the Castle. And now we have reached the Castle not only mentally, but also physically. The audience can look forward to a studio built right in front of the cathedral, which for the majority of the Czech population is one of the symbols of our country. It will be very dignified . At the same time, I am sure that we will bring a lot of interesting behind-the-scenes information,” said Nova's news director Kamil Houska.
Also, Prima prepared an all-day special broadcast and a live broadcast of the inauguration on the CNN Prima News channel. Morning and afternoon special broadcasts , including the live broadcast, will be extremely ad-free. Already on Wednesday from 09:00 to 12:00, CNN Prima News will offer a special broadcast to mark the end of Miloš Zeman's term of office a.