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The New Media Landscape in Bulgaria - Canadian Journal of Communications Volume 20, Number 1, 1995
by Maria Bakardjieva

This article situates the dynamics of the mass media transformations in post-totalitarian Bulgaria in the context of the political and economic conditions specific to the country. After an initial period of proliferation of numerous party and independent publications, the highly liberalized press market has entered a process of concentration. The political parties represented in parliament have established themselves as the only decision-making authority as far as the functioning of the national radio and television institutions and licensing of private broadcasters are concerned.

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Publication Type: Article / Chapter / Essay: 9 pages
Publisher: Canadian Journal of Communication (1995)
Location: Vancouver, Canada
Language: English
ISSN: 1499-6642

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