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Media Regulation, Public Interest and the Law (Second Edition)

by Mike Feintuck

  • 200 Want to read
  • 35 Currently reading

Published by Edinburgh University Press .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Communications law,
  • English law: media & the law (press, radio, television),
  • Law as it applies to other professions,
  • Media, information & communication industries,
  • Politics / Current Events,
  • Military,
  • Political Science,
  • Legal Reference / Law Profession,
  • Politics/International Relations,
  • Media & the Law,
  • Radio - General,
  • Political Science / Political Freedom & Security / General,
  • Media Studies,
  • Political Freedom & Security - General

  • The Physical Object
    FormatPaperback
    Number of Pages320
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL7964281M
    ISBN 100748621660
    ISBN 109780748621668

    About Media Law and Policy in the Internet Age. The Internet brings opportunity and peril for media freedom and freedom of expression. It enables new forms of publication and extends the reach of traditional publishers, but its power increases the potential damage of harmful speech and invites state regulation and censorship as well as manipulation by private and commercial interests.   There’s no rule book for working in the public interest and, despite arguments that it is too loose, ambiguous and easy to hide behind, it is an integral part of the discourse, law, regulation.

    the “public interest”. The guidelines are not laws and, to a significant extent, their proper application depends upon the media maintaining constant awareness of the prevailing public “mood”, or community standards as broadly reflected in the codes. This allows them to be flexible and to give the media. Electronic Media Law & Regulation is a useful reference for students studying to be professionals working in broadcast media and related industries. Show less As Media Law continues to grow as a hot topic those of you studying to be new lawyers in the media must keep on .

    This is “Public Interest versus Private Interest”, section from the book Finance, Banking, and Money (v. ). For details on it Rather, they say that we need law X or regulation Y to protect widows and orphans, to stymie the efforts of bad guys, or to make the rich pay for their success. The public interest and the new media: the internet 29 Conclusions 34 4 The focus groups The idea of privacy 35 Openness and privacy 37 Publication and privacy 38 Physical privacy 40 Community 42 The media and privacy 44 Intrusion and permission to intrude 52 News values and the public interest


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This regulation, via law, rules or procedures, can have various goals, for example intervention to protect a stated "public interest", or encouraging competition and an effective media market, or establishing common technical standards.

Kode. Klasifikasi. - Law- Communication, Mass media law. Jenis. Buku - Circulation (Dapat Dipinjam) Subjek. Law. Media Theory, Policy, Regulation and Accountability ; 3. The Main Issues of Regulation ; 4. Basic Models of Media Regulation ; 5.

Specific Patterns of Media Regulation: the Newspaper Press ; 6. Specific Patterns of Media Regulation: Broadcasting ; 7.

Specific Patterns of Media Regulation: Telecommunications and Cable ; 8. Regulation of the. Drawing on the history of U.S. media regulation, Napoli offers an insightful framework for reimagining how social media can serve the public interest.

Social Media and the Public Interest is an essential text for policy makers and those struggling to reduce the harm of caustic content and misinformation. -- danah boyd, author of It's Author: Philip M. Napoli. Media Regulation: Governance and the Interest of Citizens and Consumers by Peter Lunt; Sonia Livingstone Publication Date: (print & e-book) - Explores effects of regulation on relations between government, media, communications market, civil society, citizens, consumers.

16 hours ago  The High Court of Kerala, on Friday, dismissed a Public Interest Litigation filed by a lawyer who sought framing of guidelines to regulate Print and Electronic Media. Advocate Halvi KS had.

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Part of the Palgrave Global Media Policy and Business book series (GMPB) Abstract. The growth of a complex system of regulation of various industries, including the mass media, on grounds of a supposed public interest, has been evident since the early twentieth century.

interest in the emerging information society refers to the historical. The legislation through which governments regulate the mass media (see also deregulation; regulation).

It includes issues of censorship, copyright, defamation, broadcast law, and antitrust law. In democracies, media law is seen as a balancing act between two conflicting principles: freedom of expression and constraints laid down in statutes of common law, as in issues of defamation and the.

Get this from a library. Media regulation, public interest, and the law. [Mike Whitehouse] -- "The commercialisation and privatisation of the communication industries poses a fundamental threat to democratic values, and this book argues that regulators will only successfully protect such.

Get this from a library. Media regulation, public interest and the law. [Mike Whitehouse; Mike Varney] -- The communication industries' commercialisation and privatisation pose a fundamental threat to democratic values.

This book argues that regulators will only successfully protect such values if claims. media can even be instrumentalized to incite violent conflicts. Media law Media law is a branch of law that consists of a system of legal norms that regulate the activities of the mass media.

It examines the limits within which media outlets and journalists can operate. Media law, on the one hand, regulates the principles of the dissemina. They worry about a broader issue: the missing public interest in the corporate media. In the public interest, they advocate some sort of regulation.

They say history shows some sort of regulations. Regulation: Why, How and to What End 54 3 In Search of the Public Interest 74 The Competing Values 74 Competition Law and the Public Interest in Media Regulation 87 The Seductive Charms of Choice Resolving the Tensions between Competing Rationales: The Current State of Play Citizenship as the Public Interest?

Media intrusion, ethically justified by reasons of the public interest, exposes hypocrisy and dishonesty. But whenever it is used it must be justified. The reasons for the intrusion must be clearly explained to the public. It must be linked to the wider public interest. Some countries build “the public interest” into their legal systems.Media reform organizations such as Free Press feel that a return to the Fairness Doctrine is not as important as setting stronger station ownership caps and stronger "public interest" standards enforcement (with funding from fines given to public broadcasting).

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