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Mass Media Law

Don Pember
Hardback
ISBN-13: 9780072435467
1 Oct 2000
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NAB Legal Guide to Broadcast Law and Regulation

Marvin Rosenberg
Online resource, 600 pages
ISBN-13: 9780080928340
13 Dec 2009
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Video Recordings Act 1993: Elizabeth II. Chapter 24

The Stationery Office
Paperback, 4 pages
ISBN-13: 9780105424932
31 Dec 1993
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Broadcasting (Radio Multiplex Services) Act 2017: chapter 12, explanatory notes

Great Britain
Paperback, 12 pages
ISBN-13: 9780105600527
8 May 2017
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Video Recordings Act 2010: Chapter 1: Explanatory Notes


Paperback, 8 pages
ISBN-13: 9780105601104
26 Jan 2010
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By the dawn of independence in 1980, Zimbabwe had one of the most structurally developed economies and state systems in Africa and was classified as a middle-income country.