Library of Essays in Media Law: 4-Volume Set
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The Library of Essays in Media Law collects the most significant articles and papers in key aspects of media law in four volumes. The first volume covers the freedom of the press, systems of voluntary regulation, and the laws of libel and privacy. The second volume covers contempt of court and related restrictions on reporting legal proceedings, access of cameras into proceedings, and the journalists' privilege to protect their sources. The third volume focuses on regulating audiovisual content and the fourth volume on regulating the audiovisual industry, including the Internet and new media. Taken together these four volumes offer an invaluable resource to students and scholars interested in all aspects of media law.
Eric Barendt is a Professor in Faculty of Law at the University College London, UK. Thomas Gibbons is a Professor in the Department of Law at the University of Manchester, UK.