Media everywhere work according to the political, legal and social context of the respective country. Media diversity can flourish according to the legal regulations and implementation of these regulations. Legal framework can promote freedoms or censor media outlets; while economy can shape the independence of the media outlets, as advertising remains one of the key financing tools for media. The characteristics of a society determine which media sectors are more popular and have the strongest influence on the opinion of the public.

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