Resurgence in popularity for controversial Radio Maryja
July 12, 2011
Amid government efforts to curb its influence, the Polish radio station Radio Maryja is experiencing a resurgence in popularity. With one million daily listeners, the station is the fifth most popular in Poland.
Over the years, the radio station has been beset by controversies, including allegations of anti-Semitism.
- Radio Maryja sees revival (Warsaw Business Journal)
- Poland asks Vatican to curb outspoken priest-broadcaster (CWN, 6/27)
- Radio Maryja (Wikipedia)
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