Poland may soon see the closure of a network of regional TV stations. According to local reports, the National Broadcasting Council (KRRiT) plans to withdraw the licence held by Telewizja Odra, the operator of nine such stations in the south and west of the country, on account of its close links with Polskie Media, itself linked to Polsat and the operator of the regional service TV4. Among the threatened stations is TeDe, which serves the Silesian city of Wroclaw. Leszek Turowski, the head if TeDe, believes the potential move is linked with plans to award Telewizja Odra’s frequencies to TV Puls, the News Corp.-backed station currently seeking to increase its coverage. However, this has been strongly denied by TV Puls.