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09 Oct 2012 description
report infoasaid

Chad - Government domination of air waves increases

In most developing countries the state media are losing ground to private sector competitors. Governments have allowed the establishment of private radio and TV stations, even though in some countries these are controlled by individuals close to the head of state.

But in Chad, the oil boom of the past decade has simply reinforced the government’s monopoly of nationwide radio and TV broadcasting.

Find out more about communications in Chad by reading infoasaid’s Chad Media and Telecoms Landscape Guide