TV channels in Albania have declared their latest election campaign pricelists, with a number of them offering spots for paid appearances on editorial programmes, despite the electoral code explicitly banning broadcasters from running election propaganda as news content.
Greek state broadcaster ERT has issued an apology after its main news bulletin late Monday was exclusively dedicated to Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras' campaign speech at Athens Concert Hall. In a statement, ERT officials regretted that no other news items were presented during the program.
A U.S.-made television series on the Chernobyl nuclear disaster was well-received by Russian audiences, even if some critics accused the makers of distorting the facts to show the Soviet-era authorities in a particularly bad light.
The hands of the clock are slowly ticking down to the wee hours of May 18, 2019, which is billed to be the finals for the 2019 edition of the most anticipated music competition in Europe, that is, the Eurovision Song Contest.
Contestants from 41 countries walked an orange carpet in Tel Aviv's "Culture Square" on May 12 for the opening ceremony of Eurovision 2019, brushing aside security concerns and calls for a pro-Palestinian boycott.
Pavel Stanchev is appointed CEO of Hungary's most watched television channel - TV2, Hungarian media reported. The Bulgarian was presented to the team in the middle of last week and will take up the post on May 15 this year.