Sources & Additional Learning Material


Rebels with a pen: observations on the newly emerging media landscape in Libya.
Wollenberg, Anja, & Pack, Jason (2013). Rebels with a pen: observations on the newly emerging media landscape in Libya. The Journal of North African Studies, 18(2), 191-210.

Libya Media Transition: Heading to the Unknown.
Issawi, Fatima (2013). Libya Media Transition: Heading to the Unknown. POLIS—Media and Communications, London School of Economics, “Arab Revolutions: Media Revolutions” Project.

The Voice of Libya. An inspiring story of citizen journalism.
Pollock, John (2011). The Voice of Libya. An inspiring story of citizen journalism. MIT Technology Review, September 5. Retrieved from http://www.technologyreview.com/view/425330/the-voice-of-libya/

Libyan Broadcasting under al-Qadhafi: The Politics of Pseudo-Liberalization.
Richter, Carola (2013). Libyan Broadcasting under al-Qadhafi: The Politics of Pseudo-Liberalization. In Tourya Guaaybess (Ed.), National Broadcasting and State Policy in Arab Countries (pp. 150-165). Houndmills: Palgrave Macmillan.

Free Speech, Free Press, Free Societies. How Media Regulation Can Help Create The Foundations For Prosperity And Peace In Transitional Countries.
Timmins, Jerry (2012). Free Speech, Free Press, Free Societies. How Media Regulation Can Help Create The Foundations For Prosperity And Peace In Transitional Countries. Legatum Institute. https://lif.blob.core.windows.net/lif/docs/default-source/default-library/free-speech-free-press-free-societies.pdf?sfvrsn=0

Reinventing the public sphere in Libya. Observations, portraits and commentary on a newly emerging media landscape.
Wollenberg, Anja & Recker, Sven (Eds.) (2012). Reinventing the public sphere in Libya. Observations, portraits and commentary on a newly emerging media landscape. Berlin: MICT. http://www.reinventinglibya.org/