Pakistan Newspaper History

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Print is the oldest media of mass communication. Newspapers can reach greater masses of public. They allow readers to control exposure. This not only gives us the facts about an event or issue but also explains and interprets them. In 1947, Pakistan inherited a weak press with very little law for controlling and regulating the pres. Very few news [après were published in the newly born Pakistan. In East Pakistan and Baluchistan not a single newspaper was published. The NWFP had two daily papers. Newspapers owned by Muslims came to Pakistan. These include Daily Azad and morning news (shifted to Dhaka), Dawn, jang and anjam (set up in Karachi) After independence, a number of newspapers were published but due to financial constraint and many other…show more content…
It was set up in 1947by an Eastern news trust. It was a private organization from 1947 to 1961. Government assumed control over its control on fifth June 1961 by a law called "Related Press of Pakistan taking mandate 1961" Other than Application, there are six more news organizations: Pakistan Squeeze Global (1968), Pakistan Office (1992), News Organize Universal (1992) and Joined News Organization (UNA). Pakistan broadcasting corporation: At the time of independence, there were just three radio stations in Lahore, Peshawar and Dhaka in Pakistan. Radio Pakistan Lahore communicated the news of autonomy Pakistan on fourteenth 1947. Pakistan broadcasting Company was built up in Dec 1972. It has top managerial staff comprising of an executive, a chief general and six executives. Radio Pakistan: Radio is extremely viable and solid media of mass correspondence on account of its snappiness, east get to and vast reach. As Pakistan is a creating nation, numerous ranges of our nation are without power, and education rates low and methods for correspondence are…show more content…
In the city, amid the period under survey, three writers were killed, seven were captured, 58 were harmed and 66 were bothered or expressly undermined while there were three instances of assaults on media properties and 47 occurrences of stifler requests on media associations. Sindh remained the second riskiest place to practice news-casting in Pakistan with a sum of 93 cases of intimidation and Punjab third with 48 cases while 30 cases were recorded in NWFP, 23 in Baluchistan, 16 in FATA, twelve in AJK and three in Northern

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