Bill to end paid political ads

Vivarelli, Nick
February 2000
Hollywood Reporter -- International Edition;02/22/2000, Vol. 361 Issue 45, p46
Reports on the Italian Parliament's passage of a media bill banning all paid political advertisements on Italian television.


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