Moroccan Media Regulation Discussed

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Morocco’s Ministry of Communication addressed media ethics, media regulation and more during a March 10 “study day,” Magharebia reported.

Morocco’s National Press Syndicate president Younes Moujahid called the day “the beginning of a serious discussion on the field of electronic media, which evolved with the growing margin of freedom and with technological advances,” according to Magharebia.

Further, the Moroccan Association for Electronic Journalism’s president Adil Klei identified “three key areas” in Morocco’s electronic media: “intellectual property and journalistic ethics, specialised training for electronic journalism and the maintenance of a professional environment through legal institutions.”

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Moroccan Media Regulation Discussed

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