The Media We Want By 2020
A period as short as three years will not produce fundamental change to New Zealand’s news media landscape but there is scope for positive improvement within a version of the status quo. Media – and the workings of democracy – would be improved by market reform, greater co-operation in news-gathering, and comprehensive multimedia regulation that protects citizens’ rights. However, for mainstream media to fully serve their democratic function they must urgently institute measures to regain the public’s trust.
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