Czech TV announces Michal Kubal as the new Editor-in-Chief of its News Division, amid other key staff changes.
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 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 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.
Zdeněk Porybný, the longest-serving editor-in-chief of a Czech daily, steps down from Právo after 33 years.
A recent study by the national broadcasting authority found that few Czech media companies promote media literacy.
After the six-year term of the previous incumbent, Czech Radio is introducing a polyglot, experienced journalist as its new US correspondent.
Journalists from Czech Republic, Bulgaria and Romania will form a new Brussels-based newsroom under CME, aiming to provide coverage of EU, NATO, and European affairs.
In an industry first for the Czech Republic, Expres FM has introduced an artificial intelligence-based synthetic voice named Hacsiko to its lineup.
Former bTV Media Group general director will head TV Prima's news and current affairs from 13 June.
The founder of weekly Hrot died after a short illness.