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The digital revolution is transforming media and communications industries worldwide, and media companies are keen to emerge at the forefront of an increasingly transnational and competitive communications marketplace. However, the volume and scale of mergers and alliances involving media players has raised considerable challenges for regulators and state authorities alike.

The 1996 Broadcasting Act — An Analysis
The 1996 broadcasting act — An analysis

The 1996 Broadcasting Act was, according to the Government, intended to ‘liberate British broadcasters to be world leaders in the 21st century’ (DNH, 1995c: 1). But, now that the 21st century has arrived, there is precious little sign of UK broadcasters competing more effectively than ...

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