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Throughout the world, there is a vast remapping of media laws and policies. This important moment for building more democratic media is attributable to rapid-fire geo-political changes. These include a growing zest for information, the general move towards democratization, numerous pressures from the international community, and the inexorable impact of new media technologies. Whatever the mix in any specific state, media law and policy is increasingly a subject of intense debate.
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Price, Monroe and Krug, Peter. (2002). The Enabling Environment for Free and Independent Media: Contribution to Transparent and Accountable Governance. Other Publications from the Center for Global Communication Studies.
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Date Posted: 06 February 2017