Studies show that coverage of minority and marginal groups in the central-national media is problematic. As a result, in the last decade, regulators-mainly in Europe-encouraged more proper media representation of minority groups and fair reflection of the cultural diversity. Analyzing the Israeli case study, this article examines whether the Israeli regulator succeeded in effecting changes in the representation of minority groups in Israel's national-commercial media, and the characteristics of these changes.
|Number of pages||13|
|Journal||Journal of Broadcasting and Electronic Media|
|State||Published - Jan 2010|
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