Notes from #TAL12: Talk About Media Law

One of the first slots of the day at the Talk About Local 2012 (un)conference in Birmingham is on media law, led by David Banks, a specialist in the area, who runs a media consultancy. It’s being live-streamed – a fantastic and free resource for anyone who wants a basic overview of media law for hyperlocal and online bloggers.  So far we’ve run through libel, reporting the courts, and now onto privacy … Follow tweets here.

There was a parallel session on the ‘Hyperlocal Alliance‘ which I missed, but understand that it picked up on the theme of hyperlocal regulation, which I covered in my last post and Damian Radcliffe covered here on the Democratic Society blog.

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2 Responses to Notes from #TAL12: Talk About Media Law

  1. Una Murphy says:

    Hi this is very useful – thank you. Una Murphy, publisher VIEW digital magazine

  2. Pingback: #TAL12: Crime reporting for hyperlocals | Media law and ethics

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