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Cameroun - Les Organes Audiovisuels Publics en Afrique (Afrimap 2012)

Cameroun - Les Organes Audiovisuels Publics en Afrique (Afrimap 2012)

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The report on public broadcasting in Cameroon, observes that the country although has a strong track record of media liberalization since the dawn of the millennium, but despite its more than 80 radio and five national television stations challenges remain. Cameroon’s record of upholding press freedom needs to be improved. It also argues that stringent regulatory frameworks currently in place do not encourage a vibrant media environment and falls far short of continental standards and commitments, to which the government is a party to. The report calls for urgent media and legislative reforms that conform to its Constitution, which on paper guarantees the freedom of expression and press, but in practice contradicts such rights. The report urges policy and law makers to repeal and replace such laws as the Freedom of Mass Communications law so as to guarantee freedom of expression and press, thus aligning Cameroon’s media polices with continental instruments such as the Declaration of Principles on Freedom of Expression in Africa.
The report on public broadcasting in Cameroon, observes that the country although has a strong track record of media liberalization since the dawn of the millennium, but despite its more than 80 radio and five national television stations challenges remain. Cameroon’s record of upholding press freedom needs to be improved. It also argues that stringent regulatory frameworks currently in place do not encourage a vibrant media environment and falls far short of continental standards and commitments, to which the government is a party to. The report calls for urgent media and legislative reforms that conform to its Constitution, which on paper guarantees the freedom of expression and press, but in practice contradicts such rights. The report urges policy and law makers to repeal and replace such laws as the Freedom of Mass Communications law so as to guarantee freedom of expression and press, thus aligning Cameroon’s media polices with continental instruments such as the Declaration of Principles on Freedom of Expression in Africa.

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Cameroun
UNE ENQUÊTE DE
Projet pour l’observation et le plaidoyer sur la gouvernance en Afrique (AfriMAP)Initiative de la Société Ouverte pour l’Afrique Occidentale (OSIWA)Programme média des fondations pour une société ouverte(Open Society Media Program – OSMP)
LES ORGANES AUDIOVISUELS PUBLICS EN AFRIQUE
 
 
Fondations de la Société Ouverte 2012Cette publication est disponible en pd sur le site Internet d’ Fondations de la Société Ouverte ou celui deAriMAP sous la licence Creative Commons qui permet la duplication et la distribution de cet ouvrage si etseulement si sa propriété est reconnue à Fondations de la Société Ouverte et que son utilisation est à des nséducatives non commerciales ou a pour objecti des politiques publiques. Les photos ne doivent pas être utilisées séparément de l’ouvrage. Auteurs : Dr. Enoh Tanjong chercheur, Jeanette Minnie et Hendrik Bussiek corédacteursPublié par :Initiative de la Société Ouverte pour l’Arique Occidentale OSIWAISBN: 9781920489397Pour de plus amples inormations, veuillez contacter :Projet pour l’observation et le plaidoyer sur la gouvernance en Arique AriMAPPO Box 678 Wits, 2050 Johannesburg, South Aricaino@arimap.orgwww.arimap. orgInitiative de la Société Ouverte pour l’Arique Occidentale OSIWABP 008, DakarFann, Dakar, Senegalwww.osiwa.orgMaquette et impression : Compress.dsl, Arique du Sud www.compressdsl.com
 
Sommaire
Acronymes vAvantpropos viiIntroduction ix
1 Présentation du pays 1
1 Contexte historique 12 Gouvernement et structure politique 23 Données socio-économiques de base 44 Principaux dés 55 Paysage médiatique et communicationnel 76 Bre historique de la radiodiusion-télévision 10
2 Législation et régulation des médias 12
1 Normes internationales, continentales et régionales 122 Constitution du Cameroun 173 Lois et réglementations générales sur les médias 184 Conclusions et recommandations 24
3 Paysage de la radiodifusion-télévision 27
1 Cameroon Radio Television (CRTV) 272 Chaînes privées 273 Classement des chaînes audiovisuelles d’État et privées 284 Stations communautaires et autres 295 Normes techniques et accessibilité des services 316 Cumul de propriété de médias 327 Conclusions et recommandations 33
4 La numérisation et son impact 35
1 Préparation du passage au numérique 362 Conclusions et recommandations 37
5 Cadre législati et réglementaire de la radiodifusion-télévision 39
1 La Conseil national de la communication (CNC) 392 Licences d’exploitation et amélioration des conditions de délivrance 413 Conclusions et recommandations 44

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