Investment group Kaprain is set to buy media house Mafra, chemical firm Synthesia, and radio station Impuls from Agrofert, subject to antitrust approval.
Karel Pražák is poised to buy Czech media company Mafra from Andrej Babiš amid new legislation restricting politicians from owning media outlets.
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 Czech Senate approves a tougher amendment to the country's conflict-of-interest law, limiting media ownership by politicians. The move also prompts calls for clearer regulation of online media.
A new law in the Czech Republic will stop politicians from owning certain types of media from next year.
Supreme Administrative Court rules out re-election and compensation for the three largest television channels.
One of the Czech Republic's richest businessmen, coal tycoon Pavel Tykač, is considering his first media investment.
The lower house of the Czech parliament is to vote on the dismissal of a member of the Council for Radio and Television (RRTV) who works with the opposition ANO party.
For the first time in thirty years, the club of authors of successful Czech commercials has excluded someone.