Lithuania profile

Lithuanian news website Lithuanian media are free to operate independently of the state

Lithuania's private TV and radio stations compete with public networks run by Lithuanian National Radio and Television (LRT).

The media are free and operate independently of the state. There are no government-owned newspapers.

By June 2012 there were 2.3 million internet users (Internetworldstats). More than one million Lithuanians use Facebook.

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