Influential weekly magazine is in talks to possibly separate from its parent publishing house Economia by the end of this year.
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.
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.
Zdeněk Porybný, the longest-serving editor-in-chief of a Czech daily, steps down from Právo after 33 years.
The publisher moves its headquarters to Holešovice, a former industrial area that has been transformed into a trendy hub for start-ups and creative businesses.
Top internet company has secured the ownership of print daily Právo, bolstering its web content portfolio.
A new law in the Czech Republic will stop politicians from owning certain types of media from next year.
Czech subsidiary of Burda International expands online presence with popular websites.
The founder of weekly Hrot died after a short illness.
Exploring the impact of the proposed VAT increase on Czech print media. A financial game-changer or a threat to press freedom?
Renowned Czech dissident Petruška Šustrová, who fought against communist regime, passes away aged 75.