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Franchising culture for Kazakhstan television: Producers' ambivalence and audiences' indifference.
(Jump Cut: A Review of Contemporary Media, 2010)
After decades of state-owned broadcasting as part of the Soviet Union, the arrival of commercial television in Kazakhstan meant expanded entertainment programming for the masses. Adaptation of program formats and genre ...
Dubious trade and corporate connections: Moral imperative versus academic silence.
Advocacy against the dark side of trade comes to us via investigative journalism by the mainstream news media, rather than the business media. Formal research on these dubious trades is lacking and what little is done is ...
Review of the book Communicating politics: Political communications in the Nordic countries edited by Jesper Strömback, Mark Orsten and Toril Aalberg.
(Media International Australia, 2011)
Tentative transition to market communications: Early television advertising in Kazakhstan.
(Scientific Journals International, 2012)
While there has been considerable growth of commercial media such as in local, national and regional television in Kazakhstan, the reality is still one of oligopolistic competition with much political intervention. Utilising ...