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Author: Muhammad Ayish

Middle East Journal of Culture and Communication 3 (2010) 9–25 © Koninklijke Brill NV, Leiden, 2010 DOI 10.1163/187398609X12584657078448 brill.nl/mjcc MEJCC Arab State Broadcasting Systems in Transition Th e Promise of the Public Service Broadcasting Model Muhammad I. Ayish , Professor College

In: Middle East Journal of Culture and Communication

[German Version] “Broadcasting” has a wider, meaning in law than in everyday language. State broadcasting agreements typically define broadcasting as “the organization and distribution of presentations of any kind in word, sound, and image by the use of electrical oscillations . . .” (Ger. State

In: Religion Past and Present Online

Abstract

In 1930 the Danish writer Emil Bønnelycke headed a large-scale production for the Danish Broadcasting Company resulting in the four-hour-long Vore Dages København i Radiofoniske Billeder (Contemporary Copenhagen in Radiophonic Images), involving sound montage shot and edited on sound film. This essay discusses the case of a rare artistic experiment with radio broadcast and sound media in the Nordic countries and explores the idea of the avant-garde in public service state broadcasting. It places Bønnelycke’s piece in the context of other European experiments in broadcasting, and of contemporary Danish public debate on radio.

In: A Cultural History of the Avant-Garde in the Nordic Countries 1925-1950

State Broadcasting Co.; Professor of History, Univ. of Iceland; President of Iceland, Aug. 2016-; publications: Numerous articles; Numerous books on modern Icelandic history; office address: Office of...

Sakr Articles Arab State Broadcasting Systems in Transition Th e Promise of the Public Service Broadcasting Model 9–25 Muhammad I. Ayish, Professor Pan-Arab Satellite Television and Arab National Information Systems: Journalists’ Perspectives on a Complicated Relationship 26–42 Augusto Valeriani ‘Going

In: Middle East Journal of Culture and Communication
Author: Mark Thompson

include assisting the reform of flawed media legislation and of the state broadcasting network, reviewing the licensing procedure (which had awarded broadcasting rights to Milosevic cronies), training journalists and managers (especially in areas of potential conflict), media monitoring, tracking cases of

In: Helsinki Monitor
Authors: Muhammad Ayish and Naomi Sakr

in today’s Arab world’ (Shukrallah 2009 : 119). Yet to dismiss changes in the regulation of broadcasting in indi- vidual states, or to overlook restructuring eff orts within state broadcasting institutions, would be a mistake. As Muhammad Ayish points out in his arti- cle on Arab states’ slow and

In: Middle East Journal of Culture and Communication
Author: Jan Jongeneel

), Great Commission Instrument Panel (6 mini- diagrams), country status, main text (dealing with human life and liberty, non-Christian religions, Christianity, Church and state, broadcasting and media, interdenominational organizations, and future trends and pros- pects), bibliography, and table II

In: Exchange

power’s footmen, the guardianship’s lackeys and State broadcasting’s thought-engineers have deafened people’s ears and filled them with foreboding that if the canopy of the arbitrary rulers’ mastery ever collapses, Iran will be conquered by sin and immorality, on the one hand, and by foreigners and their

In: Die Welt des Islams
Author: Frances D'Souza

coverage was uneven and still giossly biased towaids the govem• ment in powei, these findings weie piesented to the state broadcasting entities. It became cleat that the bias was by no means deliberate, but simply due to a lack of awaieness and of tiaining in balanced cov• erage. Genuine attempts wete made

In: Logos