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Media in Sarawak - Access, monopolised?

Faisal Hazis

01-May-16 10:00

Media in Sarawak - Access, monopolised?

The geographical and cultural diversity of Sarawak necessitate the existence of various media organisations to serve the society. This week, we identify those media organisations and analyse their role in championing the cause of the stakeholders. Does the lack of accessibility help shape the state's national and political outlook? How crucial is this leading up to the eleventh Sarawak state election? We explore.

Here are the segments of the episode:

1:06 - Asia Calling 1 - India debates the position of women in places of worship

8:12 - Asia Calling 2 - Yayasan Mitra Netra helps the blind in Indonesia

14:17 - Media in Sarawak - Access, monopolised?

This episode was produced by Aziff Azuddin and Muhammad Haniff Baharudin.

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Tags:  sarawak state election 2016SarawakMediaRuralUrbannews penetrationMedia, Marketing, AdvertisingPolitics, News, Current Affairs

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