13 February 1995 When a “commissar-type” administration was introduced in the Belgrade daily Borba in late 1994, many cautioned that NTV Studio B was next in line, especially after the Belgrade City Assembly had expressed its intention of getting hold of a number of NTV Studio B shares. “Borba was used to a gauge the […]

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