VILNIUS - Rimantas Pleikys is no new kid on the block when it comes to radio. As co-owner and DJ at the M-1 station and Radiocentras in the late '80s and early '90s, he was instrumental in bringing the first private rock and pop stations to Lithuania.A member of the Conservative Party and now a member of the Lithuanian Parliament, Pleikys helped orchestrate the party's successful 1996 election campaign and worked behind the scenes on Parliament Chairman Vytautas Landsbergis' not-so-successful presidential bid last year. He relied on his radio background to land the Communications Ministry p...
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