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Issue №7. February 2006

The State, the Media and the Growing Commercialization of Journalism

Lidya V. Bondareva

Assistant Professor, Department of Foreign Languages, School of Public Administration, Lomonosov Moscow State University.

The existence of independent media is rightfully considered a necessary condition for the existence of a democratic society, which means that the government’s interference in the media should be minimized. Experience shows, however, that in most democratic countries such an interference is present – to some extent, and with varying goals. The problem of government-media interaction becomes especially urgent in times of crisis in the media industry caused by the commercialization and concentration of media assets.

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State, the media, journalism.

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