by Jan Čulík On Friday 11 February 2000, the Media Commission of the Czech Parliament sharply criticised the Council for Czech Television for, “failing to control Czech television efficiently, thus causing Czech TV to fail in its duty as a public service provider.” According to the law, the Council for Czech Television is entitled to […]

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