Independent Broadcasting Authority
The Independent Broadcasting Authority was established by Act, 2002, 31st December
to provide for the control and regulation of broadcasting and diffusion services; and to provide for matters connected with or incidental to the foregoing.
Zambia Daily Mail
The Zambia Daily Mail is a daily broadsheet newspaper published in Zambia. The newspaper publishes in English. It is one of two papers owned by the Zambian government.
Zambia Institute of Mass Communication (ZAMCOM)
Country: Lusaka, Zambia
Centre Information: The Zambia Institute of Mass Communication is an independent professional media training trust in Zambia. The institute was initially the in service training wing of the Ministry of Information and broadcasting when it was first established in the early 1980s. It has since then seen a lot of change and transformation where now it is mandated to offer professional media and communication training for audiences from within and outside Zambia. This mandate comes well stipulated through the ZAMCOM Act of 1996 in the parliament of the republic of Zambia.
Plot No 3529, Government Road
Times of Zambia
The Times of Zambia is a national newspaper published in Zambia. It was, together with its sister paper The Sunday Times, owned by Lonrho, until 3 August 1983 when it changed hands to the United National Independence Party (UNIP),the former ruling party of Zambia.
Zambia National Broadcasting Corporation
Zambia National Broadcasting Corporation is a Zambian state owned TV station. Established during British rule, it remains the biggest TV station with most parts of the country covered now. ZNBC has its head office located in the capital Lusaka.