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This book is basically a Ph.D which aimed to study the media professionals’ awareness and perception about Pakistan’s media policy with specific focus on constitutional provision of the press freedom, sections of Pakistan Penal Code (PPC) pertaining to the press, press laws, Judiciary, Ministry of Information and Broadcasting, professional organizations, Press Council, government-press relationship, working conditions, and public & private sectors broadcast media.The book concludes with the suggestions that keeping in view the growing competition in the field of media in Pakistan, there is a need that representative groups of civil society be given dominant representation on Board of Directors of Radio Pakistan and Pakistan Television to liberalize the policies of government controlled media. Also such representation should be given in Pakistan Electronic Media Regulatory Authority(PEMRA) to make it more free and professional friendly.

This book provides an introduction to covering crises, considering practice issues and providing guidance in preparing for and responding to calamities. It offers a concise overview for journalism academics and practitioners of covering disasters – not a “how to” handbook but a “how to prepare” reference to be used before a crisis occurs. This essential resource is among the first to focus specifically and comprehensively on journalistic coverage of disasters. It demonstrates the application of scholarship and theory to professional practice, and includes a crash book template with logistical and information-collection requirements. As a text for advanced reporting, broadcast journalism, and journalism ethics, or a reference for professionals, Reporting Disaster on Deadline provides key information for keeping on deadline in responding to crises. Show More Show Less

This book provides an introduction to covering crises, considering practice issues and providing guidance in preparing for and responding to calamities. It offers a concise overview for journalism academics and practitioners of covering disasters – not a “how to” handbook but a “how to prepare” reference to be used before a crisis occurs. This essential resource is among the first to focus specifically and comprehensively on journalistic coverage of disasters. It demonstrates the application of scholarship and theory to professional practice, and includes a crash book template with logistical and information-collection requirements. As a text for advanced reporting, broadcast journalism, and journalism ethics, or a reference for professionals, Reporting Disaster on Deadline provides key information for keeping on deadline in responding to crises. Show More Show Less

How have European media policies traditionally developed and what have been the policy rationales and principles that have shaped them? How are contemporary European media policies formulated and what are the factors and conditions that affect their making? Understanding Media Policies: A European Perspective explores the way media policies are understood, negotiated and applied in Europe. Combining a country-based study in 14 countries with a comparative analysis across various types of media services, this volume investigates the complex array of policy approaches and regulatory practices established to govern the media in Europe. Featuring contributions from distinguished authors across a range of academic disciplines, the collection is essential reading for policy makers, scholars, researchers and students of media policy.

How have European media policies traditionally developed and what have been the policy rationales and principles that have shaped them? How are contemporary European media policies formulated and what are the factors and conditions that affect their making? Understanding Media Policies: A European Perspective explores the way media policies are understood, negotiated and applied in Europe. Combining a country-based study in 14 countries with a comparative analysis across various types of media services, this volume investigates the complex array of policy approaches and regulatory practices established to govern the media in Europe. Featuring contributions from distinguished authors across a range of academic disciplines, the collection is essential reading for policy makers, scholars, researchers and students of media policy.