Mass Media In Thailand

Thai Rath (ไทยรัฐ)- Claiming a circulation of roughly a million, that is Thailand's most influential newspaper. High circulation is due to its stance on populist points and its acceptance of the general public opinion of the final population, specifically, the majority rural market. Thailand's so-called "enterprise newspapers" also embrace substantial coverage of politics and tradition. The two largest English newspapers are printed in broadsheet format, although there are several exceptions to this. These different mass-circulation newspapers are often referred to as "tabloids", and are the Phuket Gazette and Pattaya Mail. The NBTC claimed the station brought on public confusion, incited conflict in society, and threatened national security. It had aired candidates crucial of Thailand's

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