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European Broadcasting Law and Policy

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Part of Cambridge Studies in European Law and Policy

  • Date Published: November 2007
  • availability: Available
  • format: Paperback
  • isbn: 9780521613309

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  • European broadcasting policy has attracted attention from many disciplines because it has dual nature: cultural and commercial. This book offers a detailed treatment of European broadcasting law, set against an overview of policy in this area. In this respect the authors identify tensions within the EU polity as regards the appropriate level, purpose and mechanism of broadcast regulation. Key influences are problems of competence, the impact of changing technology and the consequences of increasing commercialisation. Furthermore, the focus of the analysis is on the practical implications of the legal framework on viewers, and the authors distinguish both between citizen and consumer and between the passive and active viewer. The underlying question is the extent to which those most in need of protection by regulation, given the purpose of broadcasting, are adequately protected.

    • Meticulous scholarship and subtle analysis unpicks the labyrinthine world of EU broadcasting law and policy to reveal how different actors interpret and re-interpret both law and policy in differing ways
    • Reveals the tensions within EU regulation between economic requirements and political and socio-cultural aspirations
    • Highlights the changing legal and commercial frameworks under which the broadcasting sector must operate
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    • Date Published: November 2007
    • format: Paperback
    • isbn: 9780521613309
    • length: 388 pages
    • dimensions: 229 x 152 x 22 mm
    • weight: 0.57kg
    • availability: Available
  • Table of Contents

    Part I:
    1. Introduction
    2. The value and functions of the broadcast media: protecting the citizen viewer
    3. Regulation and the viewer in a changing broadcasting environment
    4. Union competence
    5. European broadcasting policy
    Part II:
    6. Access
    7. Media ownership: impact on access and content
    8. Jurisdiction, forum shopping and the 'race to the bottom'
    9. Advertising placement and frequency: balancing the needs of viewers and commercial interests
    10. Negative content regulation
    11. Positive content regulation: Quotas
    12. Privatisation of sport and listed events
    13. State aid: constraints on public service broadcasting
    Part III:
    14. Conclusions.

  • Authors

    Jackie Harrison, University of Sheffield
    Jackie Harrison is Professor in Law at the University of Essex.

    Lorna Woods, University of Essex
    Lorna Woods is Professor of Public Communication at the University of Sheffield.

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