Lackluster content and politically biased reports have long characterized the news programming of Slovak television. Since Prime Minister Vladimir Meciar’s return to power in late 1994, the state broadcast media have increasingly become a government mouthpiece, and options for a competitive, domestic news source seem limited by ANDREJ SKOLKAY SINCE THE “GENTLE REVOLUTION” OF November […]

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