Public television is a new phenomenon in Poland. Two years ago, the state television enterprise became public and largely independent. But the ruling left-wing coalition frequently attacks Polish television’s programs for political incorrectness. Recently, the Channel 1 director was fired and Polish Television’s president resigned by JAKUB KARPINSKI UNDER COMMUNISM, ESPECIALLY UNDER martial law in […]

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