For the nation's pro-democracy advocates, the move was nothing new. "You might describe Milosevic's regime as a TV dictatorship," said Stoyan Cerovic, a Serbian columnist.
Vesna Pesic, one of three main opposition leaders, said, "I sometimes think that our president is editor-in-chief."
Even Milosevic's former minister of information, Alexander Tijanic, conceded to CNN that state-run television lies to its people ...
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