R., Karthigesu (1987) COMMERCIAL COMPETITION TO GOVERMENT MONOPOLY IN TELEVISION. In: Kajian Malaysia V, 2, Disember 1987. Penerbit USM, pp. 76-86.
After enjoying a virtual monopoly of broadcasting media in the country for nearly 40 years, the Malaysian government decided to allow a private commercial TV station to operate in the country in 1984. This was a bold step and an exception to the rule in the control of broadcasting in the Asian Third . World region, where broadcasting is not only made subservient to governments, but also made to serve their specific interests.
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