Seychelles Media
Commission

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Vision

Vision

To be recognised as the leading body upholding the citizens’ right to accurate and truthful information and protecting them from malicious and defamatory actions from the media while at the same time championing the cause of press freedom and responsible journalism.
Mission

Mission

To preserve the freedom of the media, promote private print and broadcast/electronic media, improve and maintain standards of journalism in Seychelles, require publishers of newspapers, radio and television broadcasters, news agencies and journalists to respect human dignity.

About

The Seychelles Media Commission is a body corporate established by the Seychelles Media Commission Act 2010, which was approved by the National Assembly of Seychelles on the 21st December 2010. It consists of a Chairperson and eight other members. The Commission is led by a Chief Executive officer.

Seychelles Media Commission
Media Laws in Seychelles

Media in Seychelles

The media landscape in Seychelles is dominated by the print media. Currently there are four active publications comprising of two dailies, two weeklies and others that are published fortnightly, monthly, quarterly and bi-annually.

Our Code of Conduct

This Code of Conduct  is intended to govern the conduct of publishers of newspapers, radio and television broadcasters, news agencies, journalists and publishers of online publications.