REGULATION OF BROADCASTING PROGRAMS IN MACEDONIAN LEGISLATION AND PROTECTION OF DEMOCRATIC VALUES AND PRINCIPLES

  • Suzana Dzamtoska Zdravkovska
  • Andon Majhosev
  • Dragan Donev

Abstract

One of the main goals of regulating broadcasting programs is protecting

the audience from content that can cause harm or damage the consumer.

When it comes to advertising consumers should be protected from fake or

misleading advertising messages. Moreover, another goal of regulating

broadcasting is the protection of the freedom of expression and the

democratic values of the society, fostering and developing cultural

identity, promoting tolerance and cultural dialogue.

In the paper we will address the regulatory measures for the protection of

democratic principles and values and individual rights such as: the right

to privacy, protection of dignity, protection against harm, the right to reply

and correction. We will also look at the regulatory aspects of the

protection of minors from content that may adversely affect the

development of children, recognition and protection from hate speech,

content that incites crime, disorder or racial, religious or ethnic hatred and

intolerance.

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Published
2019-05-21
How to Cite
Zdravkovska, S. D., Majhosev, A., & Donev, D. (2019). REGULATION OF BROADCASTING PROGRAMS IN MACEDONIAN LEGISLATION AND PROTECTION OF DEMOCRATIC VALUES AND PRINCIPLES. Proceedings of the International Scientific Conference "Social Changes in the Global World", 2(5), 1031-1047. Retrieved from https://js.ugd.edu.mk/index.php/scgw/article/view/2981

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