National Broadcasting and State Policy in Arab Countries by T. GuaaybessNational Broadcasting and State Policy in Arab Countries by T. Guaaybess

National Broadcasting and State Policy in Arab Countries

byT. Guaaybess

Hardcover | January 11, 2013

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A state-of-the-art analysis of the situation of national television in Arab countries, addressing what Arab national broadcastings today say about public policy and political opening. The essays deal with the reforms of public broadcasting organizations and the evolution, perspectives and issues of national broadcasting.
AÂRAB ISSIALI Head of the ISIC (Institut Supérieur de l'Information et de la Communication) in Rabat, Morocco MUHAMMAD AYISH holds a doctoral degree in international communication and public diplomacy from the University of Minnesota-Twin Cities and is currently on research leave in Ottawa, Canada SARAH EL RICHANI Doctoral student rese...
Title:National Broadcasting and State Policy in Arab CountriesFormat:HardcoverDimensions:221 pages, 8.5 × 5.51 × 0.96 inPublished:January 11, 2013Publisher:Palgrave MacmillanLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:023036716X

ISBN - 13:9780230367166

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Table of Contents

Notes on Contributors National Broadcasting and Policy in Arab Countries Broadcasting Transitions in the United Arab Emirates Television Reform in Saudi Arabia: Keeping the Monarchy in Control The Other Face of Qatari TV Broadcasting Reforming Egypt's Broadcasting in the Post 'January 25th' : The Challenges of Path Dependence The Lebanese Broadcasting System: A Battle Between Political Parallelism, Commercialization and De-facto Liberalism Syrian Television Drama: A National Industry in a Pan-Arab Mediascape 'We Cannot Let it Loose': Geopolitics, Security and Reform in Jordanian Broadcasting Liberalization of the Moroccan Broadcasting Sector: Breakthroughs and Limitations Libyan Broadcasting Under al-Qadhafi: The Politics of Pseudo-Liberalization Algerian Public Authorities in the Face of Transnational Media Competition: Between status quo and Deregulation Towards a Supranational Analysis of Arab Media : The Role of Cities Index