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Media pluralism in Greece at risk due to political links and concentration, study finds
Overall, Greece’s media plurality was deemed to be at high risk in 44 percent (15) of the indicators. at medium risk in 38 percent (13) of them and at low risk in 9 percent (3).
The study found that “systematic evidence that media entrepreneurs intervene in their employees’ work” and found that the overall regulatory framework for the media, which is heavily politicised, “constitute a high risk to media pluralism”.
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