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This new work draws upon the combined expertise of established academic authorities and leading practitioners to describe and analyse key developments across a range of inter-related fields such as defamation, contempt of court, freedom of information, media ownership and diversity, intellectual property, and the regulation of public and commercial broadcast media, including advertising rules...A well-written and accessible account of most of the important facets of media law (Ian Cram, Communications Law, 16.1)
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concepts such as defamation, but also analyses the application of the law in the high paced environment of daily newspapers, the changing reality of what constitutes "broadcasting", including the regulation of distribution channels, and the regulation of material distributed via those channels, and examines
the implications for defamation law of the online, borderless world. Amongst other things, the book also covers intellectual property issues in the media, with a specific emphasis on copyright works, trade marks and the exploitation of intellectual property via licensing. The work primarily discusses the identified themes in the context of UK and EU laws.