This paper attempts to have insight into the media landscape of Balochistan and issues too. Balochistan is considered to be a conflict zone due to many religious and ethnic issues. The safety of journalists and media workers are a prime concern for journalistic bodies and government. The violence's against journalists leads them to self-censorship, and it has limited the topics and geographical access covered by media. National media is working as bureau offices only; Bureau Chiefs of the media outlet are working as reporters. Balochistan and issues related to Balochistan are wipeouts from national media, and it has brought a sense of deprivation among people of Balochistan. Less coverage to Balochistan is one of the threatening elements for journalists, and different pressure groups have threatened journalists and few even killed.
1-Babrak Niaz: Assistant Professor, Department of Media Studies, University of Balochistan, Quetta, Pakistan.2-Malik Adnan: Assistant Professor, Department of Media Studies, Islamia University Bahawalpur, Punjab, Pakistan.3-Sadaf Irtaza: Assistant Professor, Department of Media Studies, University of Balochistan, Quetta, Pakistan.