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Madagascar Tribune, Antananarivo, daily newspapers, partnership, legislation

Until 1990 the state owned all broadcasting operations in Madagascar. That year the state monopoly was abolished by legislation that opened the industry to private stations working in partnership with the government. State restrictions on publishing were also lifted in the early 1990s. Among the 5 daily newspapers published in 1996 were Midi-Madagascar, Nouveau Journal de Madagascar, Madagascar Tribune, and Imongo Vaovao, all published in Antananarivo.



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