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Pakistani Media Law

A Comparative Study
Muhammad Abrar

In 2002, private broadcasters started their own television transmissions after the creation of the Pakistan Electronic Media Regulatory Authority. However, despite the burgeoning of private television channels, there is a lack of research on the enforcement of laws and regulatory supervision of the electronic media in Pakistan.

This study seeks to identify the challenges that viewers and private electronic media sectors are faced with and need to tackle for the better enforcement of media laws. The book also identifies and analyses the action required to improve upon the prevailing situation in the private media sector.

Author Description

Dr Muhammad Abrar is 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 Lahore High Court, Rawalpindi Bench. Dr Abrar has published extensively in scholarly and refereed international journals and has presented papers and presentations in international conferences.

 

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ISBN 9780199403455
Weight in kg 0.510
Rights World
Year of Publication 2016
Binding Hardback
Pages 296 pages