Media Communication – INTRO. TO MEDIA REGULATING LAWS
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This material will enable its readers to 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.
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Journalism profession is regulated in a number of ways of which government policies are significant. The publics: corporate institutions/professional bodies and other industries like suppliers of materials for news productions – also play major roles in the regulation of media practices.
In this section, we will look at these regulation methods, one after the other.
THE PROTECTION OF CHILDREN
The classifications for children differ from countries all over the world: in some countries, a child could be any one from the age of 16 downward, whereas, in Nigeria – a child is anyone between the ages of 0-18.
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