2 edition of Mass media laws and regulations in India found in the catalog.
Mass media laws and regulations in India
1993 by Asian Mass Communication Research and Information Centre in Singapore .
Written in English
Includes bibliographical references (p. 74-76).
|Statement||compiled by K.S. Venkateswaran.|
|Contributions||Venkateswaran, K. S. , Asian Mass Communication Research and Information Centre.|
|LC Classifications||KNS1064.5 .M37 1993|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiii, 665 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||665|
|LC Control Number||94945470|
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Mass Media laws in India have a long history and are deeply rooted in the country’s colonial experience under British rule.
The earliest regulatory measures can be traced back to when Lord Wellesley promulgated the Press Regulations, which had the effect of imposing pre-censorship on an infant newspaper publishing industry.
A book catalouging and explaining Indian laws pertaining to the media. The aim is to generate and disseminate knowledge about communication in Asia, and the way in which it operates and affects individuals and nations.
HISTORY OF MEDIA LAWS IN INDIA When Europeans write Mass media laws and regulations in India book the history of the media, they refer to the Acta diurna of the Roman Empire as closely akin to the newspaper of today. In India the Rock Edicts of Emperor Ashok (c BC) engraved on the rocks contain in abundance measures adopted and regulations issued by Size: KB.
The mass media enjoy certain freedom. But the Constitution imposes certain reasonable restrictions. Then there are laws that regulate the functioning of mass media in India.
Media laws in India have a long history right from the British rule. The Government enacted Mass media laws and regulations in India book rules and regulations in India to perpetuate in rule.
After. The book begins with the history of media law in India and discusses the specific provisions in the Constitution of India which are essential for a journalist to know.
It then goes on to define the concepts of freedom of media, defamation and Intellectual Property Rights/5(29). A Media regulation are rules enforced by the jurisdiction of law.
Guidelines for media use differ across the world. This regulation, via law, rules or procedures, can have various goals, for example intervention to protect a stated "public interest", or encouraging competition and an effective media market, or establishing common technical standards.
Media law has been a much-debated topic ever since the first U.S. media industry laws appeared in the early s. The contention surrounding media law largely stems from the liberties guaranteed under the First Amendment of the U.S.
Constitution, which includes the. The media in India is mostly existing bodies for regulation of media such as the Press Council of India, which is a statutory body, and the News Broadcasting Standards Authority.
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Obscenity A Laws and Regulations on Obscenity 1. MEDIA LAWS Mass media laws and regulations in India book INDIA – AN OVERVIEW. There are many laws that regulate the performance of media in India. Laws related to the mass media have been there since the very beginning.
In the time of the British Raj, many laws related to the Press were enacted. In the post-Independence time, the various Governments have enacted many more media. The call has been for the introduction of regulations in this area, but no such steps have yet been taken. Media in India is owned both by the government as well as the private sectors.
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Q:How are the media regulated in India. A: In India, the print (newspaper and magazine) is regulated by the - Press Council of India Act, - Press Council Act However, as on date electronic media is not under the purview of the same, ther.
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of religion clause are usually not media issues but can be First Amendment issues. Symbolic speech issues are often not mass media issues. In addition, a good deal of media law involves non-First Amendment areas such as copyright or broadcasting regulations.
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