Foreign media groups are getting out of Eastern Europe in droves. They leave behind politicized and struggling outlets. by Marius Dragomir At Media Law Days in November, an annual gathering of journalists, media owners, and lawyers in Frankfurt (Oder), an attorney from Westdeutsche Allgemeine Zeitung (WAZ) extolled the contribution the German group had made to […]

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