Poland’s New Media Bill Raises Questions

January 11, 2016

On Jan. 7 Polish President Andrzej Duda signed a temporary new media bill, which many are calling a threat to the country’s media freedom. The bill, in place until June 30, terminates the management of Poland’s public television and radio broadcasters, Telewizja Polska and Polskie Radio, limits the number of members sitting on their supervisory and management boards, and transfers the power of nomination and dismissal of their board members to a government minister.


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