Media Bohemia strides into digital with a new division focused on expanding online audio reach.
Czech Television continues to use TikTok, seeing the platform as an irreplaceable tool for reaching younger audiences, despite security warnings from national authorities.
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.
Disney+ announces a price increase for Czech and Slovakian users and launches new ad-supported subscription tier in several European countries.
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.
A recent study by the national broadcasting authority found that few Czech media companies promote media literacy.
Under a new Czech legislation, streaming behemoths such as Netflix, Disney+, and HBO Max will be required to allocate 2% of their local earnings towards the production of Czech films and series.
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 major targeted hacking attack hit the websites of Czech Radio and its news platform iRozhlas.