A new law proposal by the Czech Ministry of Culture suggests higher TV and radio fees for households and businesses starting January 2025. Changes aim to adjust the funding model for public broadcasters.
Influential weekly magazine is in talks to possibly separate from its parent publishing house Economia by the end of this year.
Jan Souček has unveiled his new management team for Czech TV. The team includes some familiar faces, as well as some new people in key roles.
Investment group Kaprain is set to buy media house Mafra, chemical firm Synthesia, and radio station Impuls from Agrofert, subject to antitrust approval.
The Czech Telecommunication Office received applications from nine companies interested in operating commercial DAB+ terrestrial digital radio networks in the country.
Karel Pražák is poised to buy Czech media company Mafra from Andrej Babiš amid new legislation restricting politicians from owning media outlets.
Czech Television continues to use TikTok, seeing the platform as an irreplaceable tool for reaching younger audiences, despite security warnings from national authorities.
The wide availability of free-to-air TV channels remains the main reason why 44% of Czech viewers aged 15-69 are reluctant to subscribe to pay TV services.
A newly established media representation agency aims to strengthen the position of small and medium-sized publishers in the Czech advertising market.
Following a pivotal ruling by the Prague Regional Court, former Czech PM Andrej Babiš is compelled to extend a formal apology to investigative journalist Pavla Holcová.
The television group owned by Jaromír Soukup has been fined for failing to comply with the licensing conditions for its channels Kino Barrandov and Barrandov Krimi.
Disney+ announces a price increase for Czech and Slovakian users and launches new ad-supported subscription tier in several European countries.