Community radio in Thailand : from media reform to an enabling regulatory framework / Pirongrong Ramasoota.  (Text) (Text)

Pirongrong Ramasoota
Call no.: HE8697.95.T5 P57 2013Publication: Bangkok : Heinrich Boll Stiftung, 2013Description: 309 p. : illISBN: 9786165516761; 6165516769Subject(s): Community radio -- ThailandLOC classification: HE8697.95.T5 | P57 2013
Contents:Chapter 1 Development of media reform in Thailand -- First approach : Structural and regulatory reform of the media -- Second approach : Change of content trends in media -- Third approach : Establishing public media and opening space for new independen media -- Fourth approach : Promoting media literacy -- Fifth approach : Self-regulation and promotion of media ethics -- Conclusion with additional observations -- Chapter 2 Development of community radio regulation in Thailand -- Media reform and early development of CR -- State intervention and regulatory disarray -- Post-coup harassment and legislative turn -- Emergence of convergent regulator and interim regulation for CR -- Two-stage regulatory approach-registration and interim licensingDeclaration of emergency decree and clamping down on CR stations -- Community radio under the NBTC -- Conclusion with additional observations -- Chapter 3 Building a participatory regulatory framework for community radios in Thailand -- Theoretical framework : Self-regulation and co-regulation -- On community radio (CR) and CR codes of ehics/practice -- Research results -- The co-regulatory model -- The codes of ethics/practice -- Opportunities and problems from enforcement of the 2008 Broadcasting Act -- The "Building participation in community radio regulation" academic service project -- Conclusion and additional observations -- Chapter 4 Conclusion and recommendation.
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Chapter 1 Development of media reform in Thailand -- First approach : Structural and regulatory reform of the media -- Second approach : Change of content trends in media -- Third approach : Establishing public media and opening space for new independen media -- Fourth approach : Promoting media literacy -- Fifth approach : Self-regulation and promotion of media ethics -- Conclusion with additional observations -- Chapter 2 Development of community radio regulation in Thailand -- Media reform and early development of CR -- State intervention and regulatory disarray -- Post-coup harassment and legislative turn -- Emergence of convergent regulator and interim regulation for CR -- Two-stage regulatory approach-registration and interim licensing

Declaration of emergency decree and clamping down on CR stations -- Community radio under the NBTC -- Conclusion with additional observations -- Chapter 3 Building a participatory regulatory framework for community radios in Thailand -- Theoretical framework : Self-regulation and co-regulation -- On community radio (CR) and CR codes of ehics/practice -- Research results -- The co-regulatory model -- The codes of ethics/practice -- Opportunities and problems from enforcement of the 2008 Broadcasting Act -- The "Building participation in community radio regulation" academic service project -- Conclusion and additional observations -- Chapter 4 Conclusion and recommendation.

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