Jobs for the boys?

Feuilherade, Peter
November 1996
Middle East;Nov96, Issue 261, p16
Reports on the opposition of the Lebanese media to a government policy which will reduce the number of licensed private radio and television stations. Number of stations and jobs involved; Ownership of the licensed stations; Expected opposition against the regulation of satellite broadcasting.


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