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Broadcasting Law: A Comparative Study by Eric Barendt

Broadcasting Law: A Comparative Study by Eric Barendt

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Author
Eric Barendt
Publisher
Oxford University Press, USA
Date of release
Pages
296
ISBN
9780198260219
Binding
Paperback
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Broadcasting Law is the first comparative study of radio and television, discussing law in the United Kingdom, France, Germany, Italy, and the United States. It also contains a chapter on European Community legislation in this area. Timely in view of the continuing debate about the renewal of the BBC Charter, the future of the independent sector following the establishment of new franchises, and the growing activity among broadcasters eager to take advantage of the technological innovations now affecting broadcasting. The work explores a common European approach to broadcasting regulation which contrasts sharply with the free market position in the United States.


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