Party Colonisation of the Media in Central and Eastern Europe

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Acknowledgements

Particular thanks are due to the Media and Democracy in Central and Eastern Europe project’s principal investigator Jan Zielonka and co-investigator Terhi Rantanen, as well as to Ioana Avădani, Alina Dobreva, Beata Klimkiewicz, Ainius Lašas, Matthew Loveless, Paolo Mancini, Radosław Markowski, Marko Milosavljević, Henrik Örnebring, Brankica Petković, Manuela Preoteasa, Lilia Raycheva, Balázs Sipos, Václav Štětka and Michał Wenzel for their comments and suggestions on the early drafts of this book.

This book is largely based on field research, during which Dimitar Ganev and Anton Zhelev (Bulgaria), Marta Sienkiewicz (Poland), Manuela Preoteasa (Romania) and Boris Mance (Slovenia) were of great help. I am also grateful to all the interviewees who assisted my colleagues and myself with their answers during our field trips to the countries studied. Special thanks are due to Jean Morris for copy-editing the manuscript. All errors are, of course, mine.

Péter Bajomi-Lázár

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Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents v
  • Acknowledgements vii
  • 1 - Political and Media Systems in Central and Eastern Europe 1
  • 2 - Hungary 33
  • 3 - Bulgaria 73
  • 4 - Poland 103
  • 5 - Romania 147
  • 6 - Slovenia 197
  • 7 - Summary and Conclusions- Veto Points in the System 229
  • Appendices 239
  • References 253
  • Index of Names 267
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