Vol. 4 No. 1 (2021): Pakistan Journal of International Affairs

Freedom of Speech in the Context of Media and Democracy

Published 2021-03-29


It is easy to forget the basic values at risk when it comes to a busy journalist, editor, broadcaster or media owner everyday life. This paper unfolds globally accepted democratic media law norms and best practise models. It reviews widely recognised democratic broadcasting and democratic media standards as well as standards to prohibit or otherwise regulate media content. Time limits, shrinking budgets, restricted electronic and library resources, demanding managers, challenges with distribution and harsh media legislation, not to mention news topics which are frequently worried about reporters if not openly antagonistic, are part of news rooms and among studio limitation. This is a difficult workplace and journalists may easily lose sight of the broader picture. The overall picture is that journalists' work reflects how we human beings connect and how effectively our company works. The interaction concepts that apply to each other as people are implemented and apply to the interaction between wider social entities, such as the medium and government. You can learn a lot about the status and dedication of a nation through democratic, economic and social progress by looking at respecting its people and media.