Library of Essays in Media Law
Series Editors: Eric Barendt, University College London, UK and
Thomas Gibbons, University of Manchester, UK
This series presents the most significant articles and papers on
many aspects of media law and regulation, grouped round particular
themes. The series covers topics that have been explored in legal
periodicals for many years as well as those which deal with more
modern aspects of the law, such as how electronic media should be
regulated. The editors have drawn on articles from around the world
which discuss issues from a theoretical and comparative
perspective. Taken together, these four volumes offer an invaluable
resource to students and scholars interested in all aspects of
The four volumes in the series are:
Free Speech in the New Media, edited by Thomas
Freedom of the Press, edited by Eric
Media Freedom and Contempt of Court, edited by
Regulating Audiovisual Services, edited by
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