Media Commission report launched…Says electronic media faces vacuum; speakers say those...
Major discrepancies and variations between, and within news media in terms of legislation, regulation and actual operation.
The Report of the Media Commission constituted by The Supreme Court of Pakistan covers nine Terms of Reference (TORs) of five Sections.
Recommendations by Media Commission
ISLAMABAD: Javed Jabbar, a member of the Media Commission formed by the Supreme Court, said on...
QUETTA: Chief Justice of the Balochistan High Court (BHC), Mr Justice Qazi Faez Isa, has said that...
KARACHI: The launch of the media commission’s report at a local hotel here on Tuesday assumed...
Islamabad: Participants including MNA and Chairperson of the National Assembly’s Standing...
LAHORE: The participants of a ‘Roundtable Consultations on Supreme Court Media Commission...
By: Manzoor Ali PESHAWAR: A former federal minister has suggested that an ombudsman should be...
The Code of Ethics of the Council of Pakistan Newspaper Editors (CPNE): 1. The Press shall avoid...
For example, except for brief and notable exceptions in 1970, 1988-89, 1993 (during a Caretaker...
Karachi: A daylong workshop on media ethics was organised by the Department of Mass Communication...
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Consider the feasibility of letting the media adopt a self-regulatory code of conduct instead of content regulation, in the light of international standards and best practices. [Browse]
Enquire into allegations of media-related corruption and suggest steps to ensure impartial and independent media for the upcoming elections. [Browse]
Inquire whether the government or its functionaries pursing a transparent, duly approved, bona fide advertisement allocation policy or the decisions to buy advertisement are without criteria. [Browse]
Propose a single, transparent, objective, non-discriminatory policy for allocation of Government advertisements among electronic and print media. [Browse]
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