Edited by David Mangan and Lorna E. Gillies
Chapter 4: Press regulation in a converging environment
With the Leveson Inquiry, the Royal Charter and a forthcoming revision of the Communications Act 2003, the need to redesign the existing regulatory framework for the media in a converging environment is becoming increasingly apparent. This chapter considers the need for a regulatory scheme for the press and the difficulties of preserving freedom of expression while protecting and balancing other fundamental rights. Keywords: press regulation; convergence; Editors’ Code; PCC; IPSO
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