Final Word from Wednesday, July 3, 2002





Týden magazine, a competitor to PPF's Euro business weekly, suggested this week that PPF had used Euro to "set the tone" for its entry into TV Nova. A Euro article on June 10 broke the news that MEF Holding, which provides services to Nova, was suspected of siphoning money out of the station. Vladimír Železný said later that the documents on which the Euro story was based had to have come from Aleš Rozehnal's law office. Rozehnal used to represent Železný but recently switched camps and is now openly backing PPF. Spokesman Martin Švehla of PPF said that Týden was engaging in unsubstantiated speculation with its story. Asked if PPF would use TV Nova to promote its own interests, just as Týden suggested it had done with Euro, Švehla said that PPF wouldn't interfere with Nova's broadcasting or programming.

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