The Czech audiovisual industry has experienced a record-breaking year, with a turnover exceeding CZK 15 billion (EUR 631 million).
In the face of rising operational expenses, Czech Television's fiscal stability hangs in the balance.
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.
A controversial request from the Czech TV Council to outgoing director Petr Dvořák stirs debate.
Mobile operators and traditional broadcasters locked horns over the future of the 600 MHz frequency spectrum at the recent Digimedia conference.
The proposed hike has drawn criticism from private TV broadcasters, who fear it could disrupt the market balance and disadvantage commercial players.
A new law in the Czech Republic will stop politicians from owning certain types of media from next year.
Former bTV Media Group general director will head TV Prima's news and current affairs from 13 June.
Jan Souček, the new director general of Czech Television, outlines his vision for the broadcaster's future.
Jan Souček, currently director of the Czech Television studio in Brno, will take over from Petr Dvořák as general director of Czech Television.
Pavel Hřídel, a candidate for Czech TV's top role, shares his vision for financial management and news objectivity.
Petr Buchta and Marek Poledníček were elected to the Broadcasting Council by the Chamber of Deputies.