Clarín Group, Argentina’s largest media conglomerate, announced plans Monday to divide its operations into six subsidiary companies, in compliance with the country’s Ley de Medios (Media Law).
Clarín Group, Argentina’s largest media conglomerate, will have to sell off part of its holdings due to a Supreme Court ruling handed down on Tuesday.
The spat between Lanata and the Fernández de Kirchner administration is the latest manifestation of a polemic crisis in the Argentine press.
Argentina's government began the process of breaking up Grupo Clarín, the country's largest media conglomerate on Monday.
An Argentine court ruled Thursday that Grupo Clarín’s licenses cannot be sold until the Supreme Court rules on articles 45 and 161of Argentina's 2009 media law.
Former presidents of Peru and Bolivia spoke out against the recent media shutdowns in Venezuela and expressed an overall concern about the media's future at an emergency meeting of Inter American Press Association (IAPA).
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