Queen Letizia of Spain received two audiences at the Royal Palace of Zarzuela in Madrid. First, she met with the heads of the main Ibero-American public television channels, on the occasion of the celebration of the Ibero-American public radio and television forum, which will be held on February 15 and 16.
Radiotelevisión Española launches the I Ibero-American Forum of Audiovisual Public Service, with the collaboration of the Association of Ibero-American Educational and Cultural Televisions (ATEI). A high-level international meeting between Spain and a broad representation of Ibero-American states to analyze the situation of the sector and future prospects, without losing sight of the task of serving the public that must be demanded from public bodies involved in the industry audiovisual.
There will be two days of debate and analysis, on Tuesday, February 15, and Wednesday, February 16, with representatives of RTVE and the main Ibero-American public broadcasters. They will address issues such as the challenges posed by an increasingly digitized future or the importance of culture in the public media.
Along with Spanish authorities and representatives of RTVE, professionals from the public audiovisual sector and the educational sector from Portugal, Argentina, Ecuador, Mexico, Panama, Chile, Colombia, Puerto Rico, and Venezuela will participate. The first day of the Ibero-American Forum of Audiovisual Public Service will take place at the Casa de América. The next day, the second day will take place at the headquarters of the Cervantes Institute.
Later in the day, Queen received an audience from a representation of the Editorial Committee of the 65Ymas newspaper, headed by its president, the journalist Fernando Onega, in which the First Senior Observatory carried out by the publication was presented, the most complete survey carried out on this segment of the population to date.
More than 6,700 people have participated in the first Senior Observatory that aims to study the perceptions, occupations, and concerns of the elderly in Spain, offering a precise photograph that will serve to analyze the future challenges for this group. This observatory has asked the opinion of thousands of people on topics such as pensions, health, housing, senior talent, transformation, digital divide, security, and leisure. After conducting the survey, the Committee of Experts of Diario 65Ymás analyzed the data and drew the main conclusions, which they will present to Their Majesties the King and Queen.
65YMÁS: is a leading newspaper in its segment, with 4.5 million unique users per month and more than 200,000 subscribers. The newspaper has three committees: an editorial committee, in which great journalists with recognized professional careers participate, including the leaders of the main associations for the elderly in the country. In addition, the presentation of its immediate plans, such as the expansion of the committee of experts, the start-up of debate forums, and the creation of the Observatory of the world of the elderly.
For the day, Queen Letizia wore her red Hugo Boss ensemble that has Boss Frankie Cuff Detail Wool Sweater and Boss Trima Wide Leg Crop Trousers. We first saw the outfit in January 2019.
Since then Queen has worn it on many different occasions.
This time Letizia paired it with her Lodi Debra pumps.
Her Chanel Comète earrings and
Karen Hallam’s ring finished the look.