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Codes of Practice

Originally published on December 6th 2013 on Journalism Now for my MA Journalism.

OFCOM AND PLURALITY

Rupert Murdoch’s abandoned £8bn bid to obtain full ownership of BSkyB struck to the core of The Office of Communications’ (Ofcom) business whilst shining a pre-Leveson light on the complex relationships between politicians and media proprietors. 2,231 more words

Media Law Essays

Media Law and Ethics

The following was originally published on October 5th 2013 on Journalism Now for my MA Journalism.

The recent Mail on Sunday and Daily Mail articles covering the ideology of Ralph Miliband, Ed Miliband’s father, have again called into question the morality and ethical standards of our 21st Century media. 1,491 more words

Media Law Essays

The weaker sex? Leveson shines a light on women's plight

Lord Leveson’s report into press standards criticised the way women are treated in the media with objectification, body image obsession and relative invisibility in serious news. 1,755 more words

News Articles

Council proves inept at defending itself from ineptness charge

If you are going to complain to the Press Complaints Commission that you have been accused of being inept by your local newspaper, the least you can do is be efficient. 1,819 more words

Cases & Complaints UK: What We Do

There is a great lack of consumer-oriented media amongst our people here in the UK who would be prepared to break local stories which are no-nonsense, money on the table, and perhaps slightly bold. 491 more words

Hacked Off: Rothermere papers commit almost half of all PCC Code breaches in 2014

With the newspaper industry’s flawed IPSO project – its replacement for the failed PCC – delayed yet again to September 2014 or even ‘Autumn’, the PCC  359 more words

Media Regulation

EDITOR'S Code: We're also in!

All members of the press (including Cases & Complaints UK) have a duty to maintain the highest professional standards. This Code, which includes this preamble and the public interest exceptions below, sets the benchmark for those ethical standards, protecting both the rights of the individual and the right of public to know. 1,594 more words