Media in Poland

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Poland has instituted freedom of press since the fall of communism. However, public TV and radio are still politically controlled, via a state regulatory body called Krajowa Rada Radiofonii i Telewizji (The National Radio and Television Committee), which is similar to CRTC in Canada.
It is said that both public and private media are not impartial, and used as means for political propaganda. Various irregularities have been exposed during the investigation by a special parliamentary committee into the Lew Rywin affair.

TV stations

TVP – public broadcaster

Polsat – private

Grupa ITI (International Trading and Investments Holdings SA Luxembourg)

Polcast Television

Minor players and joint-ventures:

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