The Media in Zambia: Law and Practice
This work explores matters of media law and practice in Zambia, which have over the years taken some twists and turns. There has been steady advancement in the media industry and some noticeable changes in its
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This work explores matters of media law and practice in Zambia, which have over the years taken some twists and turns. There has been steady advancement in the media industry and some noticeable changes in its landscape. The Media in Zambia serves as a good reference on the relationship between the law and the practice of journalism at a critical time in Zambia's history. It is thus indispensable to all journalists and media practitioners in Zambia concerned with professionalism in their field and with the impact of the law on their trade.
Table of contents
CHAPTER_1 - Introduction
CHAPTER_2 - Canons of journalism
CHAPTER_3 - Ethics and professional conduct
CHAPTER_4 - Data protection
CHAPTER_5 - Regulation of the Media
CHAPTER_6 - The media and electoral process
CHAPTER_7 - Information communication technology
CHAPTER_8 - Access to information
CHAPTER_9 - The media as a business