Venezuelan supreme court froze $5.7 million in assets of Globovision, the only anti-Chavez station still in operation in Venezuela, over a dispute with government regulators . . . Globovision refused to pay a $2 million fine for covering demonstrations at El Rodeo Prison in 2011 . . . regulators said the coverage “promoted hatred and intolerance for political reasons” . . . President Hugo Chavez has accused Globovision of supporting a 2002 coup attempt and of plotting to assassinate him . . . the ruling coincides with the start of election campaigning on July 1 and is likely an attempt to warn Globovision against anti-Chavez coverage during the ongoing presidential campaign . . . more government control of the media is likely in the run-up to the October election.