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Media in Poland

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Table of contents
1 Media and Politics
2 TV stations
3 Digital TV Platforms (all private)
4 Radio stations
5 Press (all private)
6 Daily Papers
7 Weekly Magazines

Media and Politics

Poland has freedom of press since the fall of communism. However, TV and radio are still politically controlled, via Radio and TV Committee, currently by leftist government circles.
They often use news programs in public TV as means of propaganda. For example, leader of post-communist party,
Leszek Miller is interviewed on public TV more often than Prime Minister, President or Speaker of the Parliament (currently, May 2003, Miller is Prime Minister).

TV stations

Digital TV Platforms (all private)

Radio stations

Press (all private)

Daily Papers

Weekly Magazines

See also : Poland