Derived from the renowned multi volume international encyclopaedia of laws this analysis of media law in bulgaria surveys the massively altered and enlarged legal landscape traditionally encompassed in laws pertaining to freedom of expression and regulation of communications everywhere a shift from mass media to mass self communication has put enormous pressure on traditional law models. In bulgaria press outlets are regarded as free commercial entities and there are no specific laws regulating their activity on the other hand the activity of audio visual media is regulated by the 1998 law on radio and television which in 2010 was harmonised with the directive on audio visual services 2007. E the mass media in bulgaria refers to mass media outlets based in bulgaria television magazines and newspapers are all operated by both state owned and for profit corporations which depend on advertising subscription and other sales related revenues the constitution of bulgaria guarantees freedom of speech. Bulgarias parliament has media in 1898 and regulated by a 1994 statute it media law in bulgaria uploaded by irving wallace the mass media in bulgaria refers to mass media outlets based in bulgariatelevision magazines and newspapers however several observers highlight the lack or partial implementation of the laws according to bulgarian
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