Rimjin-gang, a Japan-based magazine that also cultivates sources in North Korea, reported this month that the new law bans speaking or writing in South Korean styles.
Major news outlets including the CNN, BBC, Euronews, France24, Reuters, AFP, AP, New York Times, The Guardian, Washington Post, The Observer and The Independent diligently followed the historic event.
“There are negotiations going on with all the major players and the minor players at the moment,” Frydenberg told reporters. “This will help sustain public interest journalism in this country for years to come.”
Harry, 36, and Meghan, 39, sent shockwaves through the monarchy in January 2020 when they announced their intention to step back from royal duties and embark on a new life across the Atlantic.
The proliferation of misinformation and conspiracy theories has been a major issue during Covid-19. Media and think-tanks worldwide should engage more and ensure the accuracy of facts they put out for the cause of public good during times of crisis, urged a distinguished panel of experts attending an e-symposium organised by Trends Research & Advisory, Abu Dhabi.
President Tayyip Erdogan's ruling AK Party, which has a majority with an allied nationalist party, had backed the bill. The assembly began debating the new legislation on Tuesday, and its passage was announced by parliament on Twitter.
Murdoch, 47, said he was standing down because of disagreements over editorial content published by the company, whose assets include Dow Jones and Company, The Wall Street Journal and the New York Post.
The Republic TV Managing director and Editor in Chief was arrested on Nov.4 for his involvement in a case of abetment to suicide.
Britain’s Queen Elizabeth gave a ringing endorsement of traditional media in a message to journalists on Monday, saying they were providing a vital public service during the COVID-19 pandemic.