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Experts Say Strong Media Essential to Functioning Governmentsi
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Mariama Diallo
May 02, 2014 10:30 PM
Experts say a strong media sector is essential to nurturing many areas of a country's development. Well-functioning media institutions can support government and private sector efforts on issues of corruption, accountability, quality-of-life, infrastructure and education. Mariama Diallo looks at how a country's media and development go hand-in-hand.

Experts Say Strong Media Essential to Functioning Governments

Mariama Diallo

Published May 02, 2014

Experts say a strong media sector is essential to nurturing many areas of a country's development. Well-functioning media institutions can support government and private sector efforts on issues of corruption, accountability, quality-of-life, infrastructure and education. Mariama Diallo looks at how a country's media and development go hand-in-hand.


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