Television and radio broadcasters are the greatest source of information, particularly for the poor. Broadcasting spectrums (available wavelengths that can carry signals) are limited, unlike the printed press, and they therefore need detailed regulation. ARTICLE 19 checks that governments do not use regulation to their own advantage at the expense of the broadcast media’s independence, reliability and diversity.
02 May 2013
ARTICLE 19 is concerned that attempts are being made to silence media outlets…
29 Apr 2013
On 3 May 2013, at the UNESCO World Press Freedom Day International Conference…
18 Dec 2012
ARTICLE 19 has launched a beginners’ guide to freedom of expression…