Sweden steps down on threat to TV4 license

Edmunds, Marlene
November 1997
Variety;11/17/97, Vol. 369 Issue 2, p34
Trade Publication
Reports that the Swedish government has pulled back its threat to strip the country's leading commercial channel TV4 Sweden's license. Reason for the government's threat; Action taken by the Swedish minister of culture Marita Ulvstog.


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