New episode in Greek TV drama

PoliticsGreek Politics Tags: Media, New Democracy, SYRIZA

The suspense continues. A high court will hear a case against the government over its TV licensing overhaul that has triggered an ugly public spat over corruption, the judiciary, and influence over the news media.

The Council of State’s 16-9 decision on Tuesday to take the complaints of private TV stations further adds pressure on the government as it faces a barrage of hostile coverage from stations forced to pay millions to stay on the air or which lost out in ...

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