Mexican media yield to political power
News junkies in Mexico have woken up feeling bereft and baffled since March 16.
The feisty, staccato voice of Carmen Aristegui, a radio anchorwoman with almost cult status has gone off the airwaves after a public row with her employer, MVS Radio.
Behind this falling out are problems that systematically undermine journalism in Mexico, where the media have long been dominated by political power.
Source: The Economist