|Chapter title||Egyptian TV in the grip of government: politics before profit in a fluid Pan-Arab market|
Published in a book that 'assesses the current state of the television sector in the contemporary world after a turbulent 20 years of almost constant speculation about the future of the medium and its traditional institutions and structures, this chapter maps out continuity and change in television policy and policy-making in Egypt from the Nasser era to the present day.
|Keywords||Transnational broadcasting, technology, privatisation, media reform, public service|
|Book title||Television and public policy: change and continuity in an era of global liberalization|
|Publisher||Lawrence Erlbaum Associates|
|Place of publication||New York|