An introduction to the workings of the Audio Visual Council of Romania, better known by its acronym CNA
The National Audiovisual Council in Romania is an autonomous public institution which is governed by a Council of 11 members.
The members are appointed by the Romanian Parliament, based on the following formula: 3 nominations from the Senate; 3 from the Chamber of Deputies; 2 from the President of Romania; and 3 from the Government.
The Council meets every Tuesday and Thursday. The council meetings are public and are open for all interested parties. Journalists are present at most of the meetings.
The Council Members
Details about the members of the Audiovisual Council
Understanding the Council’s mission & role
More details about what CNA decides
CNA’s approach to partnership