Pacific Journalism Review On Media Ownership
NEW PACIFIC JOURNALISM REVIEW FOCUSES ON MEDIA OWNERSHIP www.pjreview.info
AUCKLAND (AUT Journalism Online/Pacific Media Watch): The latest edition of Pacific Journalism Review has just been published with the theme "Media ownership and democracy".
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organisations can order the 221-page edition (Vol 10 No 2)
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Editorial: Corporate media news - Wayne Hope
Media Ownership and Democracy theme:
1. Media ownership policies: pressure for change and implications - Steven Barnett
2. Welcome to Havana, Mr Corleone: issues of media ownership and control - Robert W. McChesney
3. City Voice, an alternative to the corporate model - Simon Collins and Jeremy Rose
4. Media ownership in Oceania: three case studies in Fiji, Papua New Guinea and Tonga - Shailendra Singh, Kevin Pamba and Kalafi Moala
5. The political cartoonist's right to freedom of expression - Malcolm Evans
6. Media ownership in the Pacific: inherited colonial commercial model but remarkably diverse - Philip Cass
7. Better journalism or better profits?: A key convergence issue in an age of concentrated ownership - Stephen Quinn
8. Dumbing down democracy: trends in internet regulation, surveillance and control in Asia - James Gomez
9. Ross Stevens and Uni Tavur: A Kiwi legacy among wantoks - David Robie
Still young and female: a (modest) survey of New Zealand journalists - Geoff Lealand
The Three Waves of
Globalisation, by Robbie Robertson
Journalism Investigation and Research, (edited) by Stephen Tanner
New Faces, Old Fears (documentary)
Reluctant Saviour: Australia, Indonesia and the Independence of East
Timor, by Clinton Fernandes
Big Brothers Behaving Badly, by Jane Kelsey
Whose News? (documentary)
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