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This volume examines the appropriateness of judicial intervention in broadcasting. Starting from a historical perspective it examines the changes which have occurred in the perceptions of the role of broadcasting within society, and the structure of the industry itself. Using concrete cases from Italy, France and Britain it explores challenges made through the courts to the monopoly position of broadcasters and considers the implications for freedom of expression and the future of the industry.