The First Amendment and the fourth estate : the law of mass media /

Carter, T. Barton,

The First Amendment and the fourth estate : the law of mass media / [print] T. Barton Carter (professor of communication, Boston University), Marc A. Franklin (Frederick I. Richman Professor of Law, emeritus, Stanford University), Amy Kristin Sanders (associate professor of journalism, Northwestern University in Qatar), Jay B. Wright (professor of public communications, emeritus, Syracuse University). - Twelfth edition. - St. Paul, Minnesota : Foundation Press ; [(c)2017. - xxxvii, 1293 pages 26 cm. - University casebook series . - University casebook series. .

The American legal system -- Introduction to freedom of expression -- Defamation -- Privacy -- Liability for emotional and physical harm -- Copyright and trademark -- National security -- Obscenity and indecency -- Advertising regulation -- Media coverage of the administration of justice -- Confidentiality in newsgathering -- Newsgathering from non-judicial public sources -- Ownership of the media and related problems -- Access to the media -- Introduction to broadcasting -- Legal control of broadcast programming : political speech -- Legal control of broadcast programming : nonpolitical speech -- Cable and other technologies. Introduction:

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Mass media--Law and legislation--United States--Cases.
Press law--United States--Cases.
Journalists--Legal status, laws, etc.--United States--Cases.

United States

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KF2750.C378.M377 2017 KF2750.A7.W951.F577 2017

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