Media imperialism revisited: some findings from the Asian case

@article{Chadha2000MediaIR,
  title={Media imperialism revisited: some findings from the Asian case},
  author={Kalyani Chadha and anandam kavoori},
  journal={Media, Culture \& Society},
  year={2000},
  volume={22},
  pages={415 - 432}
}
The media imperialism thesis has long argued that the expansion of Western media production into developing countries has resulted in the domination of their national media environments and the consequent destruction of their indigenous media production. This article examines the empirical tenability of this claim with regard to Asia. Delineating the region's media developments, it identifies forces such as national gate-keeping policies, the dynamics of audience preference and local… 
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