The new prices, requested by bTV Media Group, are about 50% of the entire amount the cable operator Bulsatcom pays for rights to air all other programs, the company says in an official statement.
If Bulgaria manages to tackle corruption successfully, the country will become number one on the Balkans, Johns Hopkins economist Steve Hanke, who designed the currency board in Bulgaria in the 1990s, says.
Resolutions about Hezbollah and the bomb attack at Bulgaria's Sarafovo Airport in the summer have been approved recently by the two houses of the Congress of the United States.
Bulgarian Socialist Party leader Sergey Stanishev has completely ruled out the possibility of his party forming a coalition with the ruling centrist-right GERB after the 2013 elections.
Bulgarian President Rosen Plevneliev has declared that he is proud of his first New Year address to the nation since assumed office in 2012.
The Cabinet will table in the Bulgarian Parliament Monday a proposal for a full ban on construction activities on plots listed as sand dunes.
Lavov Most (Lions' Bridge), one of Bulgarian capital Sofia's emblematic bridges, is in a precarious condition and presents a serious danger to pedestrians, local reporters have warned.
A three-member panel of Bulgaria's Supreme Administrative Court, VAS, has confirmed the notorious dismissal of Judge Miroslava Todorova.
The Vatican is going to watch a film about late Bulgarian Patriarch Maxim on January 22.
The Bulgarian Orthodox Church marks Saturday the winter Holly Cross Day.
The best male Bulgarian tennis player, Grigor Dimitrov, has scored a historic victory over Cypriot Marcos Baghdatis in Brisbane, Australia, and qualified for the final.
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