Excessive use of foreign programmes for media

Inability to generate sufficient culture-specific programmes
Submission to media cultural imperialism
Small countries may simply not possess enough actors, playwrights, or financial resources to provide even a fraction of the material demanded by media. Despite strong ethnic Malay nationalism, as a result of Western programming on local TV stations, it was claimed in 1993 that the Malaysian culture was being heavily diluted, especially among the young.
(E) Emanations of other problems