15 January 1999 President Leonid Kuchma ended Ukraine’s brief affair with state television reform by firing Mykola Knyazhytsky, director of the state broadcasting company Ukrteleradio, after less than two months on the job. Knyazhytsky was lauded for his professionalism when appointed by the Cabinet of Ministers, but his tenure quickly descended into a bitter public […]

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