Czech TV announces Michal Kubal as the new Editor-in-Chief of its News Division, amid other key staff changes.
Amid claims of hefty reserves, Czech Television Director General Jan Souček unveils a roadmap for a forensic audit to sift through the financials.
Czech Ministry of Culture faces backlash from businesses over proposed changes to television and radio fees. Critics argue it could burden companies and disrupt the media landscape.
Industry associations and commercial TV stations in the Czech Republic urge the Ministry of Culture to pause proposed changes to the public television law. They call for expert discussions before budgetary adjustments.
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.
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.
Czech Television continues to use TikTok, seeing the platform as an irreplaceable tool for reaching younger audiences, despite security warnings from national authorities.
A new era for the public broadcaster as Zdeněk Šámal steps down after 12 years, coinciding with the end of the term of director general Petr Dvořák.
In the face of rising operational expenses, Czech Television's fiscal stability hangs in the balance.
A controversial request from the Czech TV Council to outgoing director Petr Dvořák stirs debate.
Mobile operators and traditional broadcasters locked horns over the future of the 600 MHz frequency spectrum at the recent Digimedia conference.
The proposed hike has drawn criticism from private TV broadcasters, who fear it could disrupt the market balance and disadvantage commercial players.