The Pelasgian Press Association (Πελασγικὸς Σύλλογος Τύπου, ΠΣΤ - Pelasgikos Syllogos Typou, PST) is a professional association of media providers, ranging from newspapers to TV channels, which is meant to promote the collective interests of these organisations. For historical reasons and for the public benefit, the Association maintains a permanent and public record of all press publications in the Empire. Among the publications maintained are the issues of the Empire's major newspapers, which include: Propontios Logothetis (Προπόντιος Λογοθέτης - Propontine Logothete), a newspaper of note published in Propontis, the Imperial capital, since the late 19th century, and the oldest newspaper in the country. It is widely seen as accurately portraying the views of the government and the public, while offering insights on most crucial political issues from a variety of viewpoints. It is considered to have a market liberal and parliamentarian bias, opinions most often associated with the centre-right Nationalists. Salpigktis (Σαλπιγκτής - Bugle-caller), a newspaper published in Therme, the Empire's second largest city, since the early 20th century, and the second most widely read Pelasgian newspaper after the Propontios Logothetis. It is generally regarded as having a hard right wing bias, its articles supporting the monarchy, the traditional Church, and the status quo of the Empire. Isonomia (Ἰσονομία - Equality before the Law), a newspaper published in Hagios Symeon, the mostly working-class port of Propontis, which acts as the capital's main harbour, since the early 20th century. Widely read across all classes and areas of the Empire, it is the main news outlet of the Empire's left, with anybody from moderate social democrats to members of the far left expressing their views in it. Since 2018, it has largely purged its non-centrist influences. Major broadcasting companies in the Empire include: VIR (Βασιλικὸν Ἴδρυμα Ῥαδιοφωνίας / Vasilikon Idryma Rhadiophōnias - Imperial Broadcasting Corporation), the state broadcaster, which operates a number of radio and television stations, as well as an online site, covering topics ranging from culture and the arts to politics and world news. Stathmos 9 (Σταθμός 9 - Station 9), a private broadcaster for radio and television, which often takes a right wing approach to socio-political analysis. Often regarded as the most serious private broadcaster in the Empire. Diavlos 4 (Δίαυλος 4 - Channel 4), a private broadcaster which often promotes centre-left and social democratic viewpoints, being associated with the urban middle class. It is seen as the somewhat less prestigious leftist equivalent of Stathmos 9. 452, the broadcaster of the Internationalist Communist Party of Pelasgia (DKKP), which promotes the DKKP's agenda and viewpoint, often championing the labour movement's cause, as long as said cause is led by the DKKP.