The pollsters concluded that generally Bulgarian students take little advantage of the mass media as a source of information.
Thus all individuals who work with the mass media, either directly or indirectly, are subject to Party discipline.
Less than two percent of all the information thrown into mass media communication reaches its audience.
Mass media activity is carried not by its own motivations, but by those of the market, whose locus it becomes.
Literacy made quite a number of practical experiences possible: education, mass media, political activism, industrial manufacture.
Other, more democratic states fostered a sense of national unity by mass media and school indoctrination.
Young people, especially students, appeared to be even less stimulated by the mass media than their elders.
The last polemical theme of the Bulgarian mass media is known as the Bulgarian miracle.