3 January 2001 PRAGUE, Czech Republic–The media is comparing recent events at public Czech Television (CT) to the Velvet Revolution of 1989. Since 20 December 2000, thousands of people have been protesting against what they see as the politicization of independent public television, with demonstrators in the center of Prague and other large cities chanting […]

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