The government has a very liberal media policy, which has helped the country serve as a provider of broadcast services for pan-European audiences. This role has decreased as other countries have liberalized their media markets, thus leaving Luxembourg with less revenue for its small domestic market. Newspapers and magazines present a diverse spectrum of viewpoints, but financial viability depends on support from political parties and trade unions. The government subsidizes media heavily to prevent closures, and many broadcasters operate only for a few hours a day. Government-run media outlets are minor; RTL, a locally-owned media conglomeratedominates the broadcast media.