While the guard's behaviour could not be condoned under any circumstances, a video clip widely shared on social media appeared to confirm the reporter's disregard for authority and media ethics while on assignment. It is the responsibility of media to highlight those issues which are good for the public and discourage unethical factors of the society. The country was subjected to alternating military and democratic rule - but has managed to thrive on basic democratic norms. Threats and intimidation against journalists and media workers by state and non-state actors is widespread. Role of media in Pakistan is getting quite irresponsible; as there are so many talk shows and political debates on the screen all the time and sometimes they seems to be crossing their limits.
The shutdown came after the network attempted to air allegations on the involvement of in the attempted assassination of its leading anchor. Besides spreading exaggeration, Pakistani media should resolve the matters with positive attitude. Sikandar Case as an example. Better electronic media capacity was needed in the future and thus the market for electronic media was liberalised. Media should be very sensitive while presenting its country towards the world. In Pakistan the feudal and tribal society where rights of human being are violated is a matter of concern, people are not free to express their desire to govern. The rise of electronic media certainly ousted many fake columnists and government apologists from cushy jobs in print media, but the rise of digital media has also made people realize exactly who is trying to buy influence through their television screens.
After having been liberalised in 2002, the television sector experienced a media boom. Today, there are over a hundred public and private radio stations due to more liberal media regulations. Media should work in its limits and according to some rules and regulations. Pakistan has a vibrant media landscape; among the most dynamic and outspoken in. Media should not use negative tools to increase their viewership.
She was always critical but professional in her outlook that enabled me to complete this research as per requirements. Is directed against sanctity or home, family and marriage. However, electronic media enjoys larger scope over print media, since it has wider audience, is easily accessible and be understood by even illiterate people. However there are, and always have been more indications of hope than disappointment. Here, we will focus our attention on this electronic media. The underlying idea is to promote the development of skilled personnel and journalists for employment in the electronic media industry. The discussion covered a variety of issues, including licenses for independent radio stations, freedom of information laws, and recent government attempts to punish newspapers by withholding advertising.
In this project, the team held learning sessions across the country and conducted individual mentoring for journalists to produce stories that meet national and international standards. Media should work in its limits and according to some rules and regulations. During the 1980s and 1990s the corporation expanded its network to many cities and towns of Pakistan to provide greater service to the local people. The visual media, notably television, has a stupendous, impact upon moulding human minds and opinion. Archived from on 6 October 2007.
Which media is more effective, electronic or print? Using draconian laws the government has also banned or officially silenced popular television channels. Electronic media, a source of real-time information, penetrated dormant minds, unexpectedly overwhelming people with huge amounts of information. With the end goal of most stations being to get the highest television ratings possible, every station traded its credibility and ceded editorial control of information. Media reflects the society and it is the responsibility of media to expose the country to the whole world. It is subject to atmospheric and other interferences. People who had nothing to do with broadcasting at times become the big boss or the chief policy maker.
So, slowly but surely, the powerful interests so used to controlling political puppets have now created a host of electronic media puppets. Alam Imtiaz, Media and Peace in South Asia. Referring to the issue of Code of Conduct, Dr. Nothing more can be expected. Pak Media Market was in raw form and was untapped; it had the potential to grow. Contains anything pornographic, obscene or indecent or is likely to deprave, corrupt or injure the public morality. Due open market, there is a Scarcity of professional media men 11.
This sector of electronic media is growing day by day in Pakistan. In operational situations, you have to take a call in order to compete and remain relevant. The goods or services advertised shall not suffer from any defects which are harmful to human health. Sajjad Naseer and Dr Riffat S. Contains material which is against ideology of Pakistan or Islamic values. A media should always play a constructive role in a society. .
Anything perceived as blasphemous by the country's are also automatically subject to censorship. The accountability is selective and by choice, its aim is not to reform the society of negative practices, but to benefit the fittest and powerful. Codified under the Article 19: Chapter I of the , it has jurisdiction to impose reasonable restrictions in the interest of the religion, the integrity, national security of Pakistan. This has led the government to review the entire Press Council mechanism. Established under the Press Council of Pakistan Ordinance in October 2002, the body operates on a semi-autonomous nature along with an Ethical Code of Practice signed by President Musharraf. In the end the analysis is concluded and some recommendations have been made. In a world influenced by satellite and cyber-space technology, electronic media has a highly significant role to play in shaping the life and destiny of nations.
The religious minorities are threatened and do face violence at their religious places, thereby show concern of threat and personal security. Pakistan is an Islamic democratic country where media has faced numeral restriction in past eras. Providing live coverage of parliament proceedings, activities of politicians, programmes on democracies are few of the examples. However, the present government is under pressure to amend or repeal these laws. It was a direct descendant of the Indian Broadcasting Company, which later became All India Radio.