Radio Television Serbia (RTS) is abandoning a scheme to charge the country's 1.4 million TV households a monthly 210 dinars ($3) license fee to fund the broadcast network, after weeks of controversy.
International watchdog Human Rights Watch has slammed the Serbian government of Prime Minister Zoran Djindjic for meddling in the affairs of Yugoslavia's top commercial networks.
Radio TV Serbia (RTS) employees are being laid off as part of an austerity program meant to revive Serbia's largest broadcasters.
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