While print media are breaking out of communist-era constraints and represent varied interests, broadcast media are being targeted by politicians by JAKUB KARPINSKI NO LONGER UNDER STATE CONTROL, Polish print media are increasingly diverse. While some papers offer consistent, predictable opinions about current events, the greater array enables readers to choose. As investment restrictions have […]

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