The Czech Ministry of Culture establishes working groups involving various stakeholders to discuss the future public service of Czech Television and Czech Radio.
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 recent study by the national broadcasting authority found that few Czech media companies promote media literacy.
Martin Konrád, finalist for Czech TV's director general, shares his vision for a more diverse, youth-focused, and economically sustainable future.
Jan Souček, potential director general of Czech TV, discusses his plans for digital transformation and strategic cuts in content acquisition.
The move ensures the implementation of age verification measures to protect minors from inappropriate content.
The lower house of the Czech Parliament has approved significant changes to the laws governing Czech Television and Czech Radio.
Daniel Köppl, ousted from the Czech Broadcasting Council after publicly endorsing a presidential candidate, stirs controversy and sparks legal battles.
The Council for Radio and Television Broadcasting initiates proceedings against Barrandov Krimi for violating license terms, potentially leading to fines or license revocation.