media can n do a very positive role in policy formation as we are the communication bridge between the policy makers and common men.
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Started by Jason Brown. Last reply by Mirjam Teresa Moll Mar 9, 2011.
. . . An impression of policy affairs over the years is that news media are termed "essential" and even "vital" to development and democracy efforts, but barely feature in policy discourse. Are news…Continue
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No quite interesting actually. But would it be smart to publicly finance the media? That way it could risk to be state-controlled as regards its content... So I think the amount of money allocated from public finances should be very carefully watched and weighted. After all, it is a power independent from the state and often opposed to the state, as a critical observer. If financially supported too much by the state, it could risk losing its objectivity.
That is just my point of view? Too obvious?
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And Ismail, I see too.
A theme I see developing is the relative weakness of funding for the fourth estate, especially compared with that going to the first, second and third estates - parliament, government and the judiciary.
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