Cook Is: Draft Media Bill, Code Of Practice
DRAFT MEDIA BILL, CODE OF
AVARUA, Rarotonga (CIBC/Pacific Media Watch): The Cook Islands draft Media Bill and the Media Commission Code of Practice prepared by Dr Michael Stace, of the NZ Broadcasting Standards Authority, have been circulated to national media for comment.
The Cook Islands Broadcasting Corporation board welcomes any comment you may wish to make on these documents.
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The draft documents are posted on Pacific Media Watch Online at: Draft Media Bill: http://www.pmw.c2o.org/2004/cookismediabill2004.pdf
Draft Meda Commission Code of Practice: http://www.pmw.c2o.org/2004/cookismediacommcode2004.pdf
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