Pakistani Media Law: An International and Comparative Study by Muhammad AbrarPakistani Media Law: An International and Comparative Study by Muhammad Abrar

Pakistani Media Law: An International and Comparative Study

byMuhammad Abrar

Hardcover | June 9, 2016

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In 2002, private broadcasters started their own television transmissions after the creation of the Pakistan Electronic Media Authority. This study seeks to identify the challenges that viewers and private electronic media sectors are faced with, and which they need to tackle in order for medialaws to be enforced. The book also identifies and analyses the action required to improve upon the current prevailing situation in the private media sector.

About The Author

Dr Muhammad Abrar has a PhD in Law from the University of Glasgow, UK. Before beginning his PhD programme, he was visiting lecturer and programme coordinator at the Faculty of Law, International Islamic University Islamabad. He also served as advocate of the High Court. Dr Abrar has published extensively in scholarly and refereed inter...

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Title:Pakistani Media Law: An International and Comparative StudyFormat:HardcoverDimensions:275 pages, 8.5 × 5.43 × 0.03 inPublished:June 9, 2016Publisher:Oxford University PressLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0199403457

ISBN - 13:9780199403455

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Table of Contents

List of AbbreviationsList of Legislations, Regulations, and CasesAcknowledgements1. Introduction and Definition of Terms2. Pakistans Legal and Regulatory System3. Enforcement of Electronic Media Laws in Pakistan4. Current Challenges5. Prospective Challenges6. Gaps in Regulatory Framework7. International Legal Environment8. International Broadcasting Development9. Conclusions and RecommendationsAppendixBibliographyIndex