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MEDISOC LECTURE FIVE: THE SINGAPORE MEDIA INDUSTRY & MEDIA REGULATION IN SINGAPORE 2. MEDIA REGULATION IN SINGAPORE - content, economic & technological 3. INITIATIVES IN THE SINGAPORE MEDIA 4. COPYRIGHT LAW Oct 06
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B. ECONOMIC REGULATION Regulation of media ownership: 49% cap on _foreign ______________ of broadcasters directors of ___________________ must be Singaporeans management vs ordinary shares cap of _____ ordinary shares per individual
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B. ECONOMIC REGULATION Regulation of economic activities of media companies: 1. key tool: _____________ 2. In 2000, economic “____________” of local media
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B. ECONOMIC REGULATION 3a)Reason for Economic Liberalisation Global economic and technological trends, ____________ from global players, and the need to seize ____ media opportunities 3b)Aims of Economic Liberalisation Strengthening local media industry by increasing competition, to improve local _______________________________.
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B. ECONOMIC REGULATION 3c)Pre-liberalisation Review of Media Industry Considered: Size of __________ and ___________ Local media’s ______________ Impact of _________ Preference for ____________
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B. ECONOMIC REGULATION 3d) Decisions to liberalise included: SPH given licence to run 2 __________ while MediaCorp given licence to run one _______. Ownership of local media to remain in local hands: local broadcasters must carry _____ and _________ local programming.
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B. ECONOMIC REGULATION 3e) Post-liberalisation: Some Concerns Quality: _____________________ _________________ Intrusion of ___________ The __________ War ______________ Indiscriminate _____________
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B. ECONOMIC REGULATION 3f) The Government stepped in with ___________________________________ Goals: 1. To enable and maintain fair market conduct and effective competition. 2. To ensure the availability of a comprehensive range of quality Mass media Services.
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