Central and Eastern Europeans are increasingly turning to satellite and cable television for an alternative to domestic stations, despite high costs and a scarcity of programming in local languages. In combination with local terrestrial stations, satellites are also being used to introduce new national networks by NORMANDY MADDEN WHILE STATE CONTROL OF TERRESTRIAL broadcasting remains […]

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