The battle for Poland’s public media

Poland's new pro-EU government has taken sweeping steps to reform the country's public media outlets. It claims the actions are necessary to restore press independence after eight years of populist rule. But the situation may be more complicated. Until a new independent press is created, the government is benefiting from favourable coverage, much like the previous administration. We speak to journalist Daniel Tilles, editor-in-chief of the news website Notes from Poland, as well as professor and author Aleks Szczerbiak from Sussex University.

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