Terunobu Maeda, who has been named the next president of NHK, said Tuesday that he will focus on creating television programs the public can trust.

“The most important thing is to continue to make programs trusted by the public, as NHK is the public broadcaster,” said Maeda, 74, former chairman of Mizuho Financial Group Inc., at a news conference in Tokyo.

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