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Tuesday, 27.01.2015, 07:44
Estonian political parties launched their outdoor ad campaigns for the upcoming Riigikogu elections, with all big parties opposing themselves to others, LETA/Public Broadcasting reports.
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The Competition Council in Latvia has decided to change several binding rules formerly imposed on broadcaster MTG Broadcasting AB (MTG), allowing the company to change cooperation terms in regard to the placement of classic advertisements by its clients.
The Estonian government decided to approve and send to the Riigikogu to discuss a draft law, which prohibits advertising instant loans on television and radio, LETA/Public Broadcasting reports.
Five years after the beginning of the financial crisis, the majority of the Baltic media are still behind their 2008 turnover indicators in 2014. Newspapers, especially in Latvia, have suffered the most, reports LETA.
Latvian Television (LTV) was the leader in Latvian media, advertising education and creative industries last year with turnover of EUR 16.3 million, according to the Latvian Business Annual Report 2014 compiled by Firmas.lv and LETA.
Inguna Sudraba-led For Latvia From the Heart spent a total of EUR 719,895 for the 12th Saeima elections, according to information provided by the Corruption Prevention Bureau, cites LETA.
Harmony spent a total of EUR 452,260 for the 12th Saeima election, according to information provided by the Corruption Prevention Bureau, cites LETA.