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Romania has one of the most dynamic media markets in southeastern Europe. State-owned TVR and the private stations Pro TV and Antena 1 command the lion's share of viewing, however there is a large number of smaller, private stations, some of them part of local networks.
The state broadcaster, TVR, operates a second national network, TVR 2, and a pan-European satellite channel.
Pay TV channels have a smaller but significant audience.
Small fines are imposed: in 2014, the president Traian Basescu was fined for an anti-Roma comment, and a Facebook user was also fined after he had posted a Nazi slogan that was then quoted by a local newspaper.Cable television is widely available in almost all localities, and some have even adopted digital television.It offers besides the national channels a great number of international and specialized channels.Reporters Without Borders ranks Romania 42nd in its Worldwide Press Freedom Index, from 2013.Romania's newspaper market thrived after the 1989 revolution, but many newspapers subsequently closed because of rising costs. There are hundreds of cable distributors offering access to Romanian, European and other stations.