Public Service Broadcasting. A Comparative Legal Survey

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This study looks at the way in which national, publicly-funded broadcasters are organised and paid for in six countries where support for these broadcasters remains strong, namely Australia, Canada, France, Japan, South Africa and the United Kingdom. The focus is on the legal and practical arrangements under which these broadcasters operate, including broadcasting obligations, governance structures and funding arrangements. (Source: Introduction)

Language: 
English
Year of Production: 
2000
Producer: 
UNESCO
Type of License: 
Public Domain
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UNESCO
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Free distribution for non commercial purpose
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UNESCO, Asia Pacific Institute for Broadcasting Development
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Non-Formal
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This book is a resourceful reference to all the national broadcasters of Asia-Pacific region. It serves as an authoritative friend for broadcasters to solve some of the issues, which they are currently facing in their own organizations. (Adapted text from source: Preface)

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