Vatican loses in power play

Vivarelli, Nick
May 2005
Variety;5/16/2005, Vol. 398 Issue 13, p7
Trade Publication
Reports that Father Pasquale Borgomeo, the Vatican Radio director, and Cardinal Roberto Tucci, a former chairman of the broadcaster's board, have been convicted on May 9, 2005 of polluting the environment with waves beamed worldwide by the official Roman Catholic radio station. Complaints against Vatican Radio's emissions; Worth of damages sought by the consumer protection group Codacons following the verdict; Arguments advanced by Vatican Radio against the verdict.


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