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(E) Public TV in Croatia, Same as Ever
By Nenad N. Bach | Published  03/17/2002 | Media Watch | Unrated
(E) Public TV in Croatia, Same as Ever
Public TV in Croatia 
During the transition process in Croatia following the first multiparty 
elections in 1990, at which time a new state was established in 
conditions of war, media freedom found itself at the brunt of an 
autocratic regime. 
Now, two years since the change in government, the general conclusion is 
that heavy pressure on journalism which had marked the Tudjman era has 
disappeared. However, it may also be concluded that almost all important 
media-related problems from that era are still present - public 
television is still a distant goal, legal regulations on the media are 
still far below the desired European standards, the state is still the 
owner of a large part of the media space. 
Source: - Media Online 
Danny Schechter 
Executive Editor 
Executive Producer, Globalvision.Inc 
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