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Production Showcase: Media Law & Regulation

Introduction 

Under BCU’s Media Law and Regulation module, I was tasked with delivering a portfolio that showcased my understanding of the way the law and regulatory bodies affect journalism. 306 more words

Thomas O'Connell

Beyond Parody, Mackenzie and Murdoch cast themselves as consumer champions - Brian Cathcart

Kelvin MacKenzie and Rupert Murdoch have taken an initiative that is beyond parody: they have set up a consumer complaint website whose aim, according to the former Sun editor, is ‘ 631 more words

Leveson Inquiry

Media and Law Review of the Year, 2014: Part 3, Press Regulation; IPSO, IMPRESS and a Recognition Panel, – Tessa Evans

In 2014 the slow process of Leveson implementation continued with the constitution of the Recognition Panel and the continuing development of IMPRESS.  Meanwhile, the press continued its policy of delay and refusal to implement the Leveson recommendations.  921 more words

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Ending 2014 in Media Policy: out of one election into another - Sally Broughton Micova

The big European event of the year was, of course, the election of the new European Parliament and Commission. The interruption of the elections left us waiting for the outcome of the… 986 more words

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News: IMPRESS, the alternative press regulator, announces its first board

IMPRESS, The Independent Monitor for the Press, yesterday announced the members of its first Board.They will join Walter Merricks CBE, whose appointment as the first Chair of IMPRESS was announced in… 959 more words

Leveson Inquiry

News: Tom Watson MP, Second Annual Leveson Lecture; Unfinished Business - Tamsin Turk

On 3 December 2014, at the invitation of the campaigning group Hacked Off, Tom Watson MP gave the Second Annual Leveson Lecture, to a large audience in Westminster. 668 more words

Leveson Inquiry

Press needs a regulator to protect itself and the rest of us - Angela Phillips

When the News of the World newspaper closed in 2011, in the wake of the phone hacking scandal, its editor, Colin Myler, said: “I know we produce a paper to be proud of. 1,033 more words

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