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Research outputs: PRINTING INDUSTRY
There are an estimated 100 community print media titles in South Africa, none of which are regulated by the Press Ombudsman. Instead, as no...
In South Africa and globally, there is an ongoing critique of commercial media's relationship with advertising interests and a concern that ...
The rise of commercialism poses many challenges to the integrity of the South African media in the post-1994 era. To maintain profitability,...
2007 The South African print media, 1994-2004: an application and critique of comparative media systems theory
Daniel C Hallin and Paolo Mancini's Comparing Media Systems (2004) has been hailed as an important contribution to understanding the inter-r...Download this report