Law Affecting Journalism

Australia, 1987

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Episode of Series “Journalism Resource Tapes”.
Creighton Burns, Editor of “The Age”, and Harry Gordon, former Editor-in-Chief at “The Herald and Weekly Times”, discuss the law of libel, defamation, and the problems and benefits of these laws in the journalist’s world.

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Deakin University

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English

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00:18:00:00

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