The African press
The first book to discuss the press--including broadcasting--of Africa as a whole. Handicapped by lack of training and resources on the one hand, and on the other by government interference, the African press is nevertheless determined to lessen its dependence on foreign news agencies and already contains some of the world's most dedicated newsmen and women. Special case studies on Tanzania, Nigeria, the Ivory Coast, Senegal, Morocco, Algeria and Egypt.
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Abidjan African countries African nations African press Afrique Agence France Presse Al-Akhbar Algeria Algerian press Arabic Associated Press banned Berber Cairo capital censorship circulation colonial constitution correspondents coverage criticism daily newspapers Dakar development journalism economic editor Egypt Egyptian English established foreign freedom French and Arabic Gamal Abdel Nasser Ghana Ibid Ivory Coast Jeune Afrique journalists Kenya Lagos languages later laws leader literacy magazines major mass communication military minister Mohamed monthly Moroccan Morocco Mubarak Mustapha Amin Nasser national news agencies nationalist newsmen Nigeria Nyerere officials operations organization ownership PANA paper percent President print and broadcast print media private press problems programs publications published radio regime Reuters Rugh Sadat Senegal Senegalese Socialist South Africa story sub-Saharan Sunday Swahili Tanganyika Tanzania television Third World U.S. Embassy Uganda UNESCO United University in Cairo voice weekly West Africa Western World Information Order wrote Zambia Zanzibar