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TV Futures

Digital Television Policy In Australia

Andrew T Kenyon (editor)

ISBN: 9780522854404

Publication Date: Oct 2007

Format: Paperback

Brings together leading writers from both law and media studies to examine the implications of the shift to digital television for the platforms and audiences, copyright law and media regulation. Through its scope and topicality, the book substantially develops the literature on digital television to serve readers from across the fields of law, the humanities and social sciences.
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TV Futures: Digital Television Policy in Australia brings together leading writers from both law and media studies to examine the implications of the shift to digital television for the platforms and audiences, copyright law and media regulation.

The book combines writers with expertise in media law and copyright law with those skilled in media policy and social and cultural research. Through its scope and topicality, the book substantially develops the literature on digital television to serve readers from across the fields of law, the humanities and social sciences.
Date Published 30 Oct 2007
Publisher Melbourne University Publishing
Subject/s Intellectual property law   Radio & television industry   Television production: technical & background skills  
Andrew T Kenyon is Director of the CMCL (Centre for Media and Communications Law) and Associate Professor in the Faculty of Law, University of Melbourne. He researches in comparative media and communications law, including defamation, privacy, copyright, journalism, and media policy. He is editor of the Media & Arts Law Review, a participant in the ARC Cultural Research Network, and president of the Law and Society Association of Australia and New Zealand. Recent authored or co-edited books include Defamation: Comparative Law and Practice (2006) and New Dimensions in Privacy Law (2006).

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