The 21st edition of McNae’s Essential Law for Journalists will be launched next month, at the NCTJ’s media law seminar.
According to a release from the NCTJ, the new edition of the media law book includes a further look at issues such as:
… new coverage of broadcast regulation; new material on privacy and the media, including injunctions and phone hacking; new guidance on journalists’ use of social media; and further coverage of online journalism issues.
The book is authored by Mark Hanna and Mike Dodd, the release adds, who “will present and discuss these changes with tutors at the seminar”.
Press Complaints Commission chairman Lord Hunt will give the keynote speech at the London-based media law seminar on 30 March. According to the NCTJ, he will be giving “his views on the Leveson inquiry and the future of press regulation”.
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