All things must pass

Matraszek, Marek
April 2002
Warsaw Business Journal;4/8/2002, Vol. 8 Issue 14, p8
Examines the role of the political leaders in the media industry in Poland. Relationship between media personnel and politicians; Details on the mysterious maneuvering of political issues in the media industry; Malversation of funds in the industry.


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