15 March 1999 Budapest–Hungary’s public television company is on the verge of collapse. That might sound odd, considering Hungary’s status as one of the most advanced post-communist countries, but the problems of Hungarian Television (MTV), a partly taxpayer-fed broadcaster, are not merely financial. Its current plight is the result of years of waste, mismanagement, political […]

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