15 February 1999 Sofia–As Bulgaria’s television and radio stations undergo the country’s first-ever comprehensive licensing, the process is in flux at Bulgarian National Television (BNT) because of acrimonious wrangling between its acting general director and a newly formed media advisory body. Under Bulgaria’s new telecommunications and electronic media laws (adopted in July and October 1998, […]

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