IT, media, and telecommunications of Mongolia
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- The big chill: Shepherding press
- By Barry Lowe, Gemini News Service, New
Internationalist, December 1998. Mongolians
embraced press freedom as part of the 1990 pro-democracy
movement. After suppression of the press for 70 years,
they were soon producing more newspapers per head than
anywhere else in the world. Press privatization has
brought sensationalist rumours and pornography. Proposed
changes to media law to restore ethics. Capitalist
publishers association opposes.