1....daily newspaper in Islamabad ceased publication this year
2....newspapers launched in Pakistan this year
2.....television channels launched in Pakistan this year
4.....the number of journalists named on a committee constituted by the Pakistan Federal Union of Journalists to probe allegations that 19 television anchors received cash, land and other favors from property tycoon Malik Riaz
6...the number of months it took the inquiry commission that was formed to probe the murder of journalist Saleem Shahzad to submit its report.
9....the number of American journalists who visited Pakistan
13...the number of journalists killed in Pakistan this year
16....the number of employees sacked by Geo Super
19....the number of unsolved murder cases of journalists (2002-2011) in Pakistan (Source: Committee to Protect Journalists)
19....the number of journalists who allegedly took cash, plots of land and sought other favors from property tycoon Malik Riaz
23....the number of times the inquiry commission that was formed to probe the murder of journalist Saleem Shahzad met.
41.....the number of people interviewed by the inquiry commission that was formed to probe the murder of journalist Saleem Shahzad.
46...the number of journalists killed worldwide in 2011 (Source: Committee to Protect Journalists)
60...is the approximate number of employees sacked bySamaa TV
97...the number of television channels in Pakistan
147...the number of radio stations in Pakistan
151...is Pakistan's rank on the Reporters Without Borders' Press Freedom Index 2011-2012
179...the number of journalists imprisoned in 2011 (Source: Committee to Protect Journalists)
400...the number of complaints the Pakistan Electronic Media Regulatory Authority received on its toll free number regarding Saama Television host Maya Khan's controversial January 17 program.
17000....is approximately the number of journalists in Pakistan.
The News, June 2, 2017
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