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The European Union and the Culture Industries: Regulation and the Public Interest (eBook)

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Edited by: David Ward

ISBN13: 9781317032977
Published: May 2008
Publisher: Routledge
Country of Publication: UK
Format: eBook (ePub)
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This edited collection brings together leading academics in their respective fields to examine the EU's impact on media and public policy. It provides an analysis of the broader areas of EU policy and links these together to give a greater appreciation of the nuances and scope of EU regulatory initiatives and their impact on the member states.

Under a broad public interest perspective the authors provide an assessment of the success of EU policy in protecting the public interest in the culture industries and respecting certain normative principles and balancing these with market dynamics.

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Media and Entertainment Law, eBooks
Institutionalizing soft governance in the European information society,
Alison Harcourt
European film policies and competition law: hostility or symbiosis?,
Anna Herold
The European Commission's state aid regime and public service broadcasting,
David Ward
Media pluralism and enlargement: the limits and potential for media policy change,
Beata Klimkiewicz
The changing totems of European telecommunications governance: liberalization, market forces and the importance of the EU regulatory package,
Seamus Simpson
Back to the future: new media, same principles? Convergence regulation revisited,
Monica Ariño and Carles Llorens
Jurisdiction in the Television without Frontiers Directive,
Lorna Wood
Content ratings harmonization and the protection of minors in the European information society,
Oliver Carsten Fug
The quota quandary: an assessment of Articles 4–6 of the Television without Frontiers Directive,
Tarlach McGonagle
Promises and pitfalls of the European copyright law harmonization process,
Maria Lillà Montagnani and Maurizio Borghi
The culture industries: from the Common Market to a common sense,
Rostam Neuwirth