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Wide Angle. Printable Pages | PBS (3136 words)
By the early nineteenth century Iranian reformers had become keenly sensitive to what they perceived as the relative weakness of their society in comparison to the growing threats from Imperial Russia to the north and the British Raj in the south.
An avalanche of newspapers and printed materials expressing a stunning range of political points of view -- from the pan-Iranist rightwing press to the official publications of the Iranian Communist Party -- was published between 1941 and 1953.
A new generation of Iranian journalists are producing newspapers and periodicals that are asking brave questions, challenging the authority of the state, and working once again to bring voices of dissent into the public sphere.
THE IRANIAN: Media, BBC Persian Service, Hossein Shahidi (1852 words)
Many Iranian royalists, as well as many who were against the monarchy and are opposed to Iran's current, Islamic government, have accused the BBC Persian Service of supporting the Islamic Republic.
Newspapers launched after President Khatami's election in 1997 were not only daring -- sometimes perhaps reckless -- in their coverage, but they also introduced innovations in design and layout, creating a fresh and colourful image, with pictures, especially in the arts, literature and sports pages, taken from the internet.
Once the Iranian newspapers themselves were placed on the internet, the flow of information was reversed: now Iranians abroad were seeking news about Iran from newspapers inside the country.
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