Media Law

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McGraw-Hill, 1997 - Law - 693 pages
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Praised for its clear and concise discussions of major media law cases, Media Law retains its well-balanced blend of case studies/analysis, and narrative. The fourth edition reflects the dramatic events that have occurred in the communication industry: The Telecommunications Act of 1996, new efforts at libel law reform, and that first sign cyberspace maturity--litigation. In addition, chapters have been updated and restructured to include more information in the areas of libel, obscenity, and the Internet.

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Contents

The Legal System
2
The Supreme Court of the United States
19
History and Philosophy
26
Copyright

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Dilts is an Indiana lawyer and Professor of Journalim at Indiana University.

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