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Poland / Politics / State Television #123868

ABC Evening News for Thursday, Aug 24, 1989
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(Studio: Carole Simpson) Report introduced.

(Warsaw, Poland: Mike Lee) Likely impact of political changes in Poland on state-run television featured. [Chief executive director of Polish television Janusz KASPRZYCKI - (thru translator) says Polish television was used as propaganda instrument in Communist system; says he will have less comfortable life when he is replaced.] Future for Communist elite within Polish political structure predicted. [Journalist Karol SZYNDZIELORZ - says bureaucracy may become more efficient.] Polish television shown rpting. events that are ending its own role as party machine.

Lee, Mike;
Simpson, Carole

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