Law of Journalism and Mass Communication, Fourth Edition offers a clear and engaging introduction to media law. Authors Robert Trager, Joseph Russomanno, Susan Dente Ross, and Amy Reynolds present comprehensive coverage and analysis of this essential topic to future journalists and media professionals. The text offers an abundance of photos and feature boxes, as well as a marginal glossary of legal terms and concepts. Readers will explore real-world, landmark cases in context, as well as scenarios from significant cases, to help readers think critically about the concepts learned. Unlike many revisions that simply tack on new contentaadding length and undermining clarityathe updates to the Fourth Edition are fully integrated, offering the current state of media law in one comprehensive and understandable discussion.Publisher. Given that determining who published material is important as an element ofthe libel plaintiffa#39;s case, ... Ultimately, a federal appeals court ruled, aBy its plain language, Section 230 creates a federal immunity to any cause of action that would make service providers liable for information ... 32 Unknown Publisher /Anonymous Speech Sometimes material is published, but the speaker is unknown.
|Title||:||The Law of Journalism and Mass Communication|
|Author||:||Robert Trager, Joseph Russomanno, Susan Dente Ross, Amy Reynolds|
|Publisher||:||CQ Press - 2013-11-15|