by Susan Caskie In what will probably be a beneficial change for Moldovan media, the head of the Teleradio Moldova Society, the company that runs state television and state radio, finally left office in October--three months after he was officially dismissed. The parliament had fired Adrian Usatii in July, citing biased television coverage of the […]

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