The presenter, who is also the director of television, criticized the program for companies that receive incentives from the state, but also pay money abroad. For example, he named Skoda Auto. According to the panel, the show did not give the company room for comment.
"The problem is they (Soukup) presented quite selectively certain facts and the company did not have the opportunity to defend itself," said RRTV President Ivan Krejci.
Television can defend itself against a fine in court.
Barrandov was sentenced as early as April, also for imbalance. In My News Soukup criticized the state contract for Dorland. The claims were presented as facts without interested parties being able to comment. According to RRTV, television sought to target audiences in the interest of the show's creators. RRTV identified the show as biased and imposed a fine of CZK 200,000 on television.