Q: What is the scope of the electronic media
The Council cautioned, however, that all electronic media
activities, whether covered by the provisions of the regulations or not, are necessarily subject to the principles and standards of governing media content in the country.
Ali (2013) describes significance of electronic media
regarding remaking of lifestyle and encouragement of international culture.
She also congratulated the winners of the Electronic Media
Awards in different categories, wishing all the success for the forum's organisers and participants.
Fadlallah, a Hezbollah official, said the committee had put some legal controls on electronic media
Comment: The relationship of children's amount of exposure to electronic media
and their quality of sleep isn't surprising.
Therefore, if damage to property (including electronic media
and records) occurs and you cannot resume business on a timely basis because of loss to your electronic media
and records, you will only be able to seek coverage under your business income form for a period of 60 days from the date of the direct damage loss or until the date that the other property (property other than electronic media
and records) that was damaged or destroyed is repaired or replaced--whichever is the longer period of time.
Is there not something pathetic, for example, in the attention lavished on the Star Trek phenomenon (which has its ultimate origins in the electronic media
field) among large numbers of young people today?
7001(c)), you may provide the written disclosures required by paragraphs (a) and (b) of this section through electronic media
instead of on paper, if the consumer affirmatively consents to receiving the disclosures electronically and if the disclosures are provided in a format that the consumer may retain or obtain later, for example, by printing or storing electronically (such as by downloading).
Libraries, though they will be radically affected by electronic media
, will continue to be needed and the buildings in which they are housed will keep on evolving so that they can cater for ever more diverse societies.
Many of the issues around electronic media
don't simply "circumvent" market arbitration; they threaten the very apparatus sustaining that "imperfect" system.
Paper-based encyclopedias also fell victim to electronic media