Pearson, Bryan
August 2004
Variety;8/9/2004, Vol. 395 Issue 12, p16
Trade Publication
Presents an update on pornographic issues on television (TV) programs in India and Pakistan. Impact of the TV programs on the society; Influence of western media to the programs; Discussion on the portrayal of women in TV programs.


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