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Greece Shutting Down State TV, Radio, to Save Money

In a sign of just how bad things have gotten for the Greek economy, Athens' conservative government on Tuesday said it would temporarily shut down state-run television and radio in a bid to save money.

Greece is under extreme pressure to cut its massive debt to qualify for bailout funds from European and international creditors.

Source: Hollywood Reporter. Read full article. (link)

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  • Sevo||

    If the government doesn't deliver propaganda, who will?

  • JWatts||

    Yes, but will they stop paying the staff, or is this one of those Government shutdowns with everyone sent home on full pay?