Readers of this material will, at the end of it, be able to: protect their works with copyright law; use copyrighted works without falling prey to the law; understand various means by which government regulates the media; produce works that will contribute to societal/nation building; produce works that protect the children; and understand the duties of the media toward government, the society and the children.
THE PROTECTION OF CHILDREN
REGULATING AGENCIES AND THEIR DUTIES
REFERENCING FOR PUBLICATIONS
GOVERNMENT CONTROL OF THE MEDIA
GOVERNMENT CONTROL OF SEDITIOUS PUBLICATIONS
FREEDOM OF INFORMATION ACT (FoI)
CIVIL LAW AND CRIMINAL LAW
THE LAW OF DEFAMATION OF CHARACTER
PUBLISHING STORIES FROM PRESS CONFERENCES
THERE ARE DEFENCES TO ACCUSATION OF DEFAMATION
There are personal projects/assignments at the end of this material.
NOTE: Reader’s experience on this material may differ from being directly tutored in any of our training sessions.