As reported by Moncloa, under the responsibility of Oliver five departments fall, with general managerial rank, among which are National, International, Economic, Autonomous and Digital Policy.
These departments will deepen the work of the Secretary of State for Communication (SEC) and “will improve its structure, with specialized skills and competencies in today’s most demanding fields.”
The SEC depends organically on the President of the Executive, Pedro Sánchez, and functionally on the Government spokesman. It is integrated in the Steering Committee of the Presidency of the Government, directed by the director of Cabinet and first secretary of State, Iván Redondo.
OLIVER REPEATS IN FRONT OF THE SEC: IT CAME TO MONCLOA IN 2018
Miguel Ángel Oliver (Madrid, 1963) has a degree in Journalism from the Complutense University of Madrid. After an extensive professional career on the radio, Miguel Ángel arrived at Cuatro in 2005 to direct ‘Noticias Cuatro Weekend’, and since 2014 ‘Noticias Cuatro 20h’.
According to the profile of the presenter in the Mediaset España chain, Oliver began his professional career in 1983 in Cadena SER and Caja Madrid, in the Cabinet of Studies and Communication Sciences of the SER, the station of the PRISA group.
In 1990 he became morning director of BE weekend, and between 1992 and 1997 he was editor in chief of the local information section of Madrid. He was director of Hora 20 and deputy director of Hora 25 (1997-2000), and editor of ‘Hoy por Hoy’ (2000-2005).