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Welcome to the Libya Media Wiki – your guide to media in Libya.

The 17 February 2011 revolution in Libya led to a much-documented explosion of new media outlets around the country. Since then, the media scene has been in constant movement, with outlets launching and folding, decrees being announced and rescinded, which means that any media assessment is quickly outdated.

This website was created as a wiki, an open, collaborative platform, hoping users will update, correct, and add on to the information presented here. Click on the "Discussion" tab to add your comments and edits throughout the wiki. The aim of the Libya Media Wiki is to be an up-to-date resource for anybody interested in the media in Libya.

The Libya Media Wiki relies on you and we encourage everybody to participate.

This wiki was launched by the Legatum Institute, a London-based independent non-partisan public policy organisation whose research, publications, and programmes advance ideas and policies in support of free and prosperous societies around the world.

To learn more about the Institute, visit our website http://www.li.com

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Qaddafi Regime
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Television
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Radio
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Media Policy
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Press
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Media Support
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Media during the Qaddafi Regime



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