Find Media and Broadcasting expertise in Pakistan

Pakistan has a vibrant and diverse range of media outlets, which includes both state-run and private organisations. Observers, however, argue that legislation such as the Official Secrets Act and the Defamation Act hinder the free operation of the media. In early 2011 the government promised a new raft of legislation to ensure that the media was freed from the limitations imposed on it by previous autocratic regimes. There are almost 550 daily newspapers in circulation, covering a range of languages spoken in the country. The oldest newspaper in Pakistan is the Urdu-language Daily Jang, while the most venerable English-language newspaper is Dawn. Others include the Business Recorder, the Daily Times, Pakistan Observer, The Frontier Post and The Nation. Pakistan Press International and News Network International are the two major news agencies in the country.

Some of the main organisations in broadcast media are Geo Television and the state-run network Pakistan Television Corporation (PTC).

Media and Broadcasting organisations in Pakistan
Apollo Online
Associated Press of Pakistan
ATV
Brain Net
Burraq Telecom
Business Recorder
Comsats
Cyber Net
Daily Ausaf
Daily Jang
Daily Times
Fascom
FM 100 Pakistan
FM 101
Global Net
GlobeComm
Instaphone
Mast FM 103
Ministry of Information and Broadcasting
Mobolink
Pak Tribune
Pakistan and Gulf Economist
Pakistan Broadcasting Corporation Headquarters
Pakistan Observer
Pakistan Press International
Pakistan Telecommunication Company Limited (PTCL)
Paktel
Press Information Department
PTV 1
PTV Bolan
PTV National
PTV World
Super Net
Telenor
The Dawn Group of Newspapers
The Frontier Post
The Nation
The News
Ufone GSM
Wateen Telecom
Worldcall
WorldCall Online