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Posted inEastern Europe & Russia, Regions

TELEVISION and SOCIETY: A TV Crossroads ‘By Accident’

Most Moldovans have no alternative to state-controlled television, although they can choose from three channels in three different languages: Russia’s ORT, Romania’s first national channel, and Moldovan state television. As the following excerpts from a recent conversation between Anne Nivat and Independent Journalism Center Director Corina Cepoi reveal, private television is attempting to make inroads […]