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The Press in a Squeeze: Operating Hazards in the Indonesian Print Medial

In: Asian Journal of Social Science
Author: David T. Hill1
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  • 1 Murdoch University
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1 The Press in a Squeeze: Operating Hazards in the Indonesian Print Medial David T. Hill Murdoch University Introduction . Over the past two decades the press industry in Indonesia has been dramatically transformed. Sales figures and the capital required to establish and run a sustainable publication have risen rapidly. Publications look smarter and more attractive, as full advantage is taken of improving technologies. The entry into the industry of heavy-weight investors during the late 1980s changed the patterns of press ownership and broadened the range of publications produced. This investment significantlyimproved the salaries and general working conditions of journalists

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