It's interesting that previous president Poroshenko even didn't plan to close TV channels and moreover to detain his political opponents while mr.Zelensky despite declared liberal views has done it.Well, it seems that at long last the pro-Russian Medvedchuk is having interviews without coffee:
On May 12, Ukraine’s General Prosecutor’s Office detained Viktor Medvedchuk, pending his trial for multiple alleged criminal activities. His legal status as of now is that of “suspect,” pending the change to “accused.” Medvedchuk’s main alleged accomplice, Taras Kozak (member of parliament with...jamestown.org
It is curious that he and his coterie are being allowed to work against Ukraine's interest in cahoots with Russia for as long as this.
So now, if the opposition comes to power in Ukraine (that can not be excluded) then it could do the same things.
On this video pres.Zelensky says that he never closed TV channels, he hasn't right to do it and that he is for the freedom of speech.