Slovenian music quotas for private radio stations annulled
Ljubljana, 6 November - Slovenia's top court has annulled provisions of a law under which commercial radio stations were required to dedicate a portion of their airtime to Slovenian music, reasoning that the requirements were too vague and incompatible with the rule of law.
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