Brawl.gov Over Media Reform
The ruling party in South Korea passed a bill that allows print media companies to own up to a 20% share in the broadcast medium. The opposition believes this benefits only a handful of conservative media giants. So they started fighting … in parliament. Watch the protest and the “Seoul” demonstrated by politicians for just media policies.
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