Broadcasting, Voice, and Accountability
by Steve Buckley, et al.
Publisher: World Bank Publications 2008
Number of pages: 402
This book provides development practitioners with a wide overview of the key policy and regulatory issues involved in supporting freedom of information and expression and enabling development of a pluralistic, independent, and robust broadcasting sector.
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