Dr Misio were also blacklisted due to one of their songs being "untransmittable" because of the music videos of one of their songs
Yes, that was mentioned in the FT link, and I've also read elsewhere that invitations were withdrawn by TVP to certain artists that were deemed to be 'too controversial'. The musicians protested about this, hence all the withdrawals, but Kurski is still saying that there is no blacklist.
Do you subscribe to the FT, Chemikiem?
I don't. I think if you try to read their articles more than once, then the subscription page comes up. However I used another browser and now I can view the page again.
A few points from it :-
" Kayah, one of the country's most popular singers, had been barred from appearing at the National Festival of Polish Song in Opole next month because she had taken part in anti-government demonstrations and spoken publicly against a government-backed bill banning abortion."
" more than 20 announced they would pull out over what they called politicisation of the event, while Opole's mayor said that he had terminated the town's agreement with the TV station ".
"The public withdrawal of so many artists from the festival would significantly decrease its range," said Arkadiusz Wisniewski, Opole's mayor, explaining his decision to cancel the town's contract with TVP."
The FT is part of the liberal/leftstream media clique
Funniest thing I've heard all day!!! I'm inclined to take far more seriously the FT reporting than what is in the link you provided, which seems to be some sort of celeb gossip column, and which also included some reporting linked to Fakt, which seems to be the equivalent of The Sun in the UK.........