How much will Zenek Martyniuk lose on the departure of President Kurski?
According to the portal “Pomponik”, on Monday, September 5, it was announced that Jacek Kurski would cease to be the president of TVP. This information caused a lot of emotions and provoked many questions. They concerned not only the reasons for such a decision, but also the direction in which Polish Television is going now. Many wonder what to do next with Kurski's favorite, Zenek Martyniuk.
Jacek Kurski disappears from TVP
It is no secret that during the chairmanship of Jacek Kurski, disco polo music took over this station. Zenek Martyniuk was one of the main stars organized by the New Year's Eve station, he appeared at events organized by Kurski, and even appeared in the news material as an expert on Perseid.
Some people wonder whether whether Mateusz Matyszkowicz will not introduce changes to the station, including those related to his own musical preferences, which do not have to be in line with those of Jacek Kurski. What's next for Zenek?
Potwierdzam, że w wyniku decyzji mojego środowiska politycznego, w porozumieniu ze mną przestałem być Prezesem TVP. Wiem, że przede mną kolejne wyzwania. Telewizja, kt. oddałem 7 ostatnich lat jest dziś u szczytu potęgi, wspaniała jak nigdy. Z serca dziękuję Widzom i ludziom TVP.
It cannot be denied that Zenek Martyniuk and many stars of “dance music”, for Kurski's demand, could count on getting involved in one of the many organized by former president of events. Of course, this involved a large injection of cash.
According to media reports, Sławomir received as much as 85,000 for one of his performances. zlotys. Maryla Rodowicz charges slightly less than half of this amount for the concert (about PLN 40,000). Zenek Martyniuk is to collect from 25,000 to 30,000 zlotys for the performance.
What do you think, will the stars who are Jacek Kurski's pets feel his departure from TVP in their wallets?
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