Czech T.V.

NPR's Guy Raz reports on a public demonstration in Prague by journalists dissatisfied with the state of the free press in the Czech Republic. Last month the government appointed a new director of the taxpayer-funded TV station in order to improve the quality of the television news, but journalists claim that the action has imposed Soviet-style control over news content.

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