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THE MEDIA IN ZIMBABWE The state has a monopoly over media in Zimbabwe. The majority of its media institutions are run by the government’s Zimbabwean Broadcasting Corporation (ZBC). The ZBC runs both of the nation’s television stations and five out of its six radio stations.
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Hauser Global Law School Program, New York University School of Law 40 Washington Square South, New York, New York Telephone: () , Facsimile: () This week we meet the new face of ABC TV's Media Watch, David Marr, discuss media ownership in Australia and examine the issue of media freedom in Zimbabwe.
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