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state of media in Bangladesh

Mahfuzur Rahman

state of media in Bangladesh

by Mahfuzur Rahman

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Published by NewsNetwork in Dhaka .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Bangladesh.
    • Subjects:
    • Mass media -- Bangladesh.,
    • Press -- Bangladesh.,
    • Communication -- Social aspects -- Bangladesh.

    • Edition Notes

      StatementMafuzur Rahman ; assisted by Farid Ahmed, Alauddin Sarker.
      ContributionsAhmed, Farid., Sarker, Alauddin., News Network (Organization : Bangladesh)
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsP92+
      The Physical Object
      Pagination120 p. ;
      Number of Pages120
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL3333510M
      LC Control Number2004312593

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Sometimes Media. Overview. The media in Bangladesh is a mix of government-owned and private media. There are still criminal penalties for libel, defamation and sedition as well as reporting on national security issues.

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The emergence of satellite television and the spread of Internet in the last one and a half decades have changed the media landscape in Bangladesh. Twenty-nine satellite television stations have reached viewers across the country, while faster Internet services are driving people, particularly the young generation, towards ever-increasing.

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Inthe military backed present Caretaker Government, which took power on Janu after series of political violence, ruled a state of emergency and the media went again under control and.

THE STATE OF MEDIA IN BANGLADESH. PRINT, BROADCAST AND ONLINE MEDIA 2. COMMUNITY RADIO 3. RIGHT TO INFORMATION ACT 4. CHALLENGES 5. NEW MEDIA (Source: Prantajon: Julyby Mass-line Media Centre, Dhaka) (Source: National Media Survey ) CHALLENGES: INTERNATIONAL PRESS INSTITUTE (IPI) RESEARCH FOUR POINTS: 1.

The present volume is the outcome of two India-Bangladesh Dialogues of journalists which were held on September and 30 November-l December at the BEI. The initiative was the first of its kind inspired by the belief that young media persons hardly carried the burden of the past history () of the subcontinent.

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Book Review on Media and Cyber Laws in Bangladesh: An essential book for media people. on Ma Reviewed by Mehnaz Abantee Huda. The media law in Bangladesh originated during the British Colonial period. The majority of the laws and regulations that account for regulating press and media were enacted during the British era.

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