More mess for Radio Maryja
6th April 2012
Controversial radio station Radio Maryja has found itself in hot water again after it was fined PLN 4,000 for “hidden advertising”.
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Once again Father Rydzyk is in trouble
The National Broadcasting Council levied the fine on the station after it concluded that it had managed on three occasions to insert advertisements into its programming in contravention of broadcasting rules.
The penalty comes just a few weeks after Anna Sobecka, an MP for Law and Justice (PiS), picked up the costs of a fine handed down to the station for illicit fund raising and comes as the latest piece of controversy to adhere itself to the station.
Run by Father Tadeusz Rydzyk the conservative and Catholic station has faced frequent accusations of b ...
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