Czech Television is planning to make some of its internet content unavailable to those who do not pay a monthly CZK 135 license fee, Lidovky.cz reported on Tuesday. The news site said that increasing numbers of people were watching Czech Television on the internet but refusing to pay the licence fee on the grounds that they don’t possess a TV set. The station has almost 4,000 days of content available on its website and had 200 million views last year.
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