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.
Media Bohemia strides into digital with a new division focused on expanding online audio reach.
Infinity Telecom exits the digital radio frequency auction amidst concerns over the owner's Russian origin.
Czech Radio challenges accusations from commercial broadcasters and defends its transparent operations and contributions to the development of digital radio.
Investment group Kaprain is set to buy media house Mafra, chemical firm Synthesia, and radio station Impuls from Agrofert, subject to antitrust approval.
Latest research highlights Radiožurnál's dominance of the Czech radio market, the rise of DAB+ and the evolving radio consumption habits of Czech listeners.
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.
The station, which replaces the original Radio Zet, offers a blend of original content and relays from the esteemed BBC World Service.
Voice of late singer to live on thanks to new technology. Czech Radio will use the digital clone to broadcast Karel Gott's autobiography.
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.
As part of its short-term broadcasting test, Progress Digital has launched two experimental DAB+ transmitters in central Bohemia.