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. He named for example Ikoda Auto Toe. According to the board, the show had no comment room on the company.
"The problem is that (SoCup) presented very selective facts and the company had no chance of defending itself," said RRTV Chairman Evan Kreij.
Television can defend itself against penalties in court.
Berandov was already fined in April for the imbalance as well. In My News, Soukup criticized the state contract for Doorland. Claims were presented as facts without interested parties commenting. According to RRTV, the television was trying to target audiences in the interests of the show's producers. RRTV called the show biased and hit a CZK 200,000 fine on television.