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Jeremy Hunt’s vision for media literacy

By Richard Wallis Richard Wallis is a media producer at Twofour, with particular responsibility for the company’s educational work. He is currently investigating media literacy policy and practice with particular reference to primary education, at the Centre for the Study of Children Youth & Media , part of the London Knowledge Lab. Making the UK a bigger player in the […]

Changes to the Media Policy Project

By Zoetanya Sujon

My last day with LSE Media Policy Project will be on Friday May 27th, as it is time to begin my maternity leave. While I am delighted about welcoming the first (and probably last) media policy project baby into the world, I am truly sad to be leaving the project, particularly as it enters the final stage […]

May 24th, 2011|Featured|0 Comments|

Dossier: Media literacy and the UK’s Communication Act 2003

By Sonia Livingstone, Yinhan Wang and Chang Li Following our recent Expert Meeting on the subject of Media Literacy, we have compiled this informative dossier to bring together helpful key documents for anyone interested in the present and future of media literacy in the UK. The dossier organizes links to these resources as follows: 1. Key documents 2. Definitions of […]

Expert meeting on media literacy

By Zoetanya Sujon The LSE Media Policy Project hosted an expert meeting on media literacy last week and is pleased with the outcome – stimulating debate and lively discussion!  The slides are hosted on Scribd. The meeting began with a brief introduction to the project, including its primary goal of fostering exchange between policy-makers, researchers and civil society, along with […]

April 20th, 2011|Media Literacy|2 Comments|

European Court of Justice positions the right to privacy above the rights of copyright holders

By Bart Cammaerts In one of its strongest statements to date concerning the tension between some fundamental human rights such as privacy and freedom of information and the private interests of copyright holders, the European Court of Justice (ECJ) has unequivocally chosen the side of human rights. The ECJ was called upon by the Belgian courts in a dispute between […]

April 15th, 2011|Copyright, Privacy|0 Comments|

Launching the LSE Media Policy Project Brief 1: Public responses

By Zoetanya Sujon The LSE Media Policy Project’s first policy brief, entitled ‘Creative Destruction and Copyright Protection’, was successfully launched last week on the eve of the judicial review for the Digital Economy Act (DEA) began a few days later on March 23.  The report authors, Bart Cammaerts and Bingchun Meng advocate file-sharing as an important activity in participatory culture responsible for fostering […]

April 1st, 2011|Copyright|0 Comments|

File Sharing and DEA Dossier: Relevant Resources and Information

By Dorota Kaczuba, Ben Murray, Liam O’Neill, Nate Vaagen Several of our LSE Media Policy Project interns have compiled this informative dossier on file-sharing and the Digital Economy Act (2010).  This dossier provides links to important key documents that will be helpful for anyone interested in analyzing or making sense of current issues concerning file-sharing, copyright and the DEA.  The […]

March 21st, 2011|Copyright|2 Comments|

Media pluralism and regulatory independence

Presentation by Rachael Craufurd Smith

Dr Rachael Craufurd Smith is a Senior lecturer in the School of Law, University of Edinburgh. Dr Craufurd Smith is also a solicitor, specializing in media, the regulation of culture and European Union Law.  Dr Craufurd Smith is a qualified solicitor and has formerly worked for the BBC.

Dr Craufurd Smith spoke on ‘Media Pluralism and […]

Petros Iosifidis on competition policy and media plurality

Petros Iosifidis, Reader in Media Policy at City University, questions the role of competition policy in addressing media plurality issues.  Petros shares chapter 4 of his 1996 PhD thesis, ‘Media Concentration Policy in the European Union and the Public Interest’, which closely resemble current plurality debates. During the March 2nd ‘Assessing Media Plurality’ workshop, we spent some time discussing ‘weighting’ […]