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Journalism Media Law & Ethics
Ethics
Forum Theory
Libel
Plagarism
System of forum prinipals
Idea that once a forum , or places where ideas are exchanged,…
written defiation; damaging false statements against another…
taking or using ones writings or inventions of another person.
Ethics
System of forum prinipals
Forum Theory
Idea that once a forum , or places where ideas are exchanged,…
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Journalism Media Law Notes
The government uses the..../.... test…
Under that test, the speech can only b…
Besides incitement, a few other types…
while we can say a lot of things in th…
Brandenburg/incitement
imminent and likely to occur
libel/slander, misleading/deceptive commercial speech
absolute
The government uses the..../.... test…
Brandenburg/incitement
Under that test, the speech can only b…
imminent and likely to occur
27 terms
Journalism Media law
defamation, public safety, privacy int…
defamation
libel
slander
What are the four areas of unprotected speech?
Injuring someone's reputation or livelihood:
published or broadcast defamation:
spoken defamation:
defamation, public safety, privacy int…
What are the four areas of unprotected speech?
defamation
Injuring someone's reputation or livelihood:
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Journalism Media Law
Libel
Qualified privilege
FOIA
Times v. Sullivan
A false and defamatory attack in written form in a persons re…
A journalist can print defamatory statements made by someone…
Gives public right to access j do from the federal government
Montgomery, AL. Police commissioner sued NY Times for libel o…
Libel
A false and defamatory attack in written form in a persons re…
Qualified privilege
A journalist can print defamatory statements made by someone…
16 terms
Journalism Media Laws
Censor student publication
Underground publication
Prior review
Liability
What do school principals have the right to do?
A publication edited and run by students without support from…
An official with the school district reviews the publication…
Legal responsibility
Censor student publication
What do school principals have the right to do?
Underground publication
A publication edited and run by students without support from…
36 terms
Media Law and Ethics (Journalism 370)
US Court Structures
State courts
Federal courts
US District Courts
State Court-> State Court of Appeals-> State Supreme Court->…
Handle lawsuits such as personal injury, murder, disagreement…
Adjudicate cases of federal laws such as those dealing with i…
Adjudicate cases under state law
US Court Structures
State Court-> State Court of Appeals-> State Supreme Court->…
State courts
Handle lawsuits such as personal injury, murder, disagreement…
13 terms
Journalism Chapter 13: Media Law
Alien and Sedition Acts
Libel
Privilege
Actual Malice
Laws passed in 1798 that made it a crime to criticize the gov…
A published statement that unjustifiably exposes someone to r…
A legal defense against libel that holds that statements made…
A reckless disregard for the truth or falsify of a published…
Alien and Sedition Acts
Laws passed in 1798 that made it a crime to criticize the gov…
Libel
A published statement that unjustifiably exposes someone to r…
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Media Law & Ethics (Matching)- Journalism
credibility
good taste
prior review
libel
believability
treat subjects with respect
reviews something before it is published- cannot do that
a published false statement that is damaging to a person's re…
credibility
believability
good taste
treat subjects with respect
25 terms
Journalism Final - Libel and Media Law
libel
Who can sue for libel?
Who is it that gets sued?
What constitutes libel?
publication of a false statement that deliberately or careles…
any living person and small groups or businesses
the publication, the reporter, and the editors can get sued f…
1. Statements must be false... 2. Statements must be defamatory…
libel
publication of a false statement that deliberately or careles…
Who can sue for libel?
any living person and small groups or businesses
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Media Law - Journalism 311 Midterm Review
NYT v. US
Brandenburg v. Ohio
Sheppard v. Maxwell
Chicago v. Mosley
Facts: NYT publishes leaked Pentagon Papers, Nixon admin trie…
Facts: Brandenburg speaks at KKK rally, insulting various min…
Facts: Shepard was on trial for first degree murder. The tria…
Facts: Mosley was arrested for picketing outside a school. He…
NYT v. US
Facts: NYT publishes leaked Pentagon Papers, Nixon admin trie…
Brandenburg v. Ohio
Facts: Brandenburg speaks at KKK rally, insulting various min…
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Journalism 400 Law and Ethics- Electronic Media
Broadcast Media
Scarcity Rationale
Radio Spectrum
Federal Communication Commissions (FCC)
More heavily regulated than newspapers
Because of limited resources you can regulate electronic medi…
Limited frequencies, public resources, and limited resources.
License and content regulation, given out through auction.
Broadcast Media
More heavily regulated than newspapers
Scarcity Rationale
Because of limited resources you can regulate electronic medi…
JOURNALISM & MEDIA
A SOUND BITE
BROADSHEETS
CHEQUEBOOK JOURNALISM
CIRCULATION FIGURES
very short part of speech
the quality press/quality newspapers
paying people for information
the number of newspapers sold
A SOUND BITE
very short part of speech
BROADSHEETS
the quality press/quality newspapers
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Journalism 101 Final Exam, Media Law (Final Exam, 30%)
Walter Lippmann
Charles Dana
Lord Northcliffe
William Randolph Hearst
20th century reporter, writer and political commentator who d…
pioneering journalist and editor of the New York Sun newspape…
19th century British newspaper tycoon who said "news is what…
legendary American newspaper publisher who said "news is anyt…
Walter Lippmann
20th century reporter, writer and political commentator who d…
Charles Dana
pioneering journalist and editor of the New York Sun newspape…
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Journalism and Media Studies
Wi-Fi
Mass Communication
Medium
Media
Transmit internet data wirelessly, making it possible to tran…
Communication from one person or group of people through a me…
Means by which a message reaches an audience.
Plural of the word medium.
Wi-Fi
Transmit internet data wirelessly, making it possible to tran…
Mass Communication
Communication from one person or group of people through a me…
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Chapter 3 Journalism Test Media Law: 10/21
What freedoms are guaranteed in the fi…
The Bill of Rights is meant to limit t…
What does media law answer?
What does media ethics answer?
-Religion... -Speech... -The Press... -Peaceful Assembly... -Petition of…
government
"What may we publish?" Is it legal?
"What should we publish?" Is it ethically correct to run cert…
What freedoms are guaranteed in the fi…
-Religion... -Speech... -The Press... -Peaceful Assembly... -Petition of…
The Bill of Rights is meant to limit t…
government
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Intro to Mass Media: Journalism 101: Law and Regulation: Rewriting the Rules
HUAC
Prior Restraint
Pool Reporting
NSL
House Un-American Activities Committee
Government censorship of information before the information i…
An arrangement that places reporters in small, government-sup…
National Security Letter
HUAC
House Un-American Activities Committee
Prior Restraint
Government censorship of information before the information i…
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JOURNALISM/MEDIA
Circulation figures
Viewing figures
Ratings war
Libel laws
The number of newspapersnsold
The number of people who watch a broadcast
Popularity battles with rival channels..
Official rules governing what you may say about people in print
Circulation figures
The number of newspapersnsold
Viewing figures
The number of people who watch a broadcast
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Journalism Law and Ethics
Code of Ethics
Libel
Slander
Copyright
Published statement of principles for a profession. Most comm…
A published false statement that is damaging to a person's re…
The action or crime of making a false spoken statement damagi…
The exclusive right to make copies, license, and otherwise ex…
Code of Ethics
Published statement of principles for a profession. Most comm…
Libel
A published false statement that is damaging to a person's re…
14 terms
Journalism Law and Ethics
Code of Ethics
Libel
Slander
Copyright
Published statement of principles for a profession. Most comm…
A published false statement that is damaging to a person's re…
The action or crime of making a false spoken statement damagi…
The exclusive right to make copies, license, and otherwise ex…
Code of Ethics
Published statement of principles for a profession. Most comm…
Libel
A published false statement that is damaging to a person's re…
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Media & Journalism
40% drop
The #1 new source
Went from the trust me era of news to
The tablet increased
in viewers from network news
television
the show me news era
long term / form reading
40% drop
in viewers from network news
The #1 new source
television
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Journalism Media
Civil Society
Shared Awareness
Public Sphere
Conservative Dilemma
Organizations, groups of people that are NOT the government t…
I understand something, you understand something, and we both…
Area in social life where individuals come together to discus…
When the subjects or people in the public sphere not in charg…
Civil Society
Organizations, groups of people that are NOT the government t…
Shared Awareness
I understand something, you understand something, and we both…
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Journalism: Chapter 14 Media Law and Chapter 17 Profiles and Obituaries
You are the online editor of your camp…
You have visited a website that has a…
Any columns labeled "opinion" or edito…
You are posting a video on Youtube. If…
False
False
False
False
You are the online editor of your camp…
False
You have visited a website that has a…
False
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JOURNALISM AND MEDIA
Advocacy
Angle
Attribution
Bias
a style of journalism in which a reporter takes sides in... cont…
particular emphasis of a media presentation, sometimes called…
credit given to who said what or the source of facts
a position that is partial or slanted
Advocacy
a style of journalism in which a reporter takes sides in... cont…
Angle
particular emphasis of a media presentation, sometimes called…
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Future of Journalism/Media Journalism
Ted Talk
Today news on demand
Devastating economic
Since 2000 ______% drop in classified…
Tom Rosenstiel
Control our own learning more democratic in sense
$$ for traditional news media
75% Drop
Ted Talk
Tom Rosenstiel
Today news on demand
Control our own learning more democratic in sense
41 terms
Journalism Quiz #4 Social Issues, Media Law, Advertising
Ratings
Rockabilly
Running Story
Rupert Murdoch
used in broadcast media to explain the number of homes that w…
combination of country, southern gospel and Mississippi delta…
story that continues to unfold, necessitating follow-up stori…
built one of the worlds largest media empires- New's Corp. No…
Ratings
used in broadcast media to explain the number of homes that w…
Rockabilly
combination of country, southern gospel and Mississippi delta…
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Journalism in Media
Defining Journalism
what is journalism
Who is a journalist
News
a set of transparent independent procedures aimed at gatherin…
engaged in investigative reporting... gathering news... had intenti…
some define it based on professional attributes of Poniewozik…
information constructed in a way to make it newsworthy
Defining Journalism
a set of transparent independent procedures aimed at gatherin…
what is journalism
engaged in investigative reporting... gathering news... had intenti…
55 terms
Journalism; Law
purveyor
editorial
confidentiality
tactics
n.(食物,消息)提供者
n.社論
n.保密;機密
n.策略=strategy
purveyor
n.(食物,消息)提供者
editorial
n.社論
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Journalism Law and Ethics
Code of Ethics
Libel
Slander
Copyright
Published statement of principles for a profession. Most comm…
A published false statement that is damaging to a person's re…
The action or crime of making a false spoken statement damagi…
The exclusive right to make copies, license, and otherwise ex…
Code of Ethics
Published statement of principles for a profession. Most comm…
Libel
A published false statement that is damaging to a person's re…
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Jobs in Media Production and Journalism
Anchor
Assignment Editor
Assistant Director
Audio
The person who delivers the news from the news desk set in a…
The person who schedules necessary equipment and personnel to…
Same as a production assistant
The portion of a program that you can hear. Includes narratio…
Anchor
The person who delivers the news from the news desk set in a…
Assignment Editor
The person who schedules necessary equipment and personnel to…
22 terms
Journalism Law
Natural Law
Positive Law
Utiltarian
What are the three theories and princi…
all law derives from nature
All law must be explicit and typically in writing
All law should be based upon the good for most people
Natural law, Positive law, Utiltarian
Natural Law
all law derives from nature
Positive Law
All law must be explicit and typically in writing
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journalism law
false light
libel
intrusion
disclosure
portarying someone inacuratly to the point he/she is offended…
publication of a false statement that injures someone's reput…
a reporters behavior while gathering news
publication of accurate information regarded as private
false light
portarying someone inacuratly to the point he/she is offended…
libel
publication of a false statement that injures someone's reput…
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Digital Journalism and Social Media
blogosphere
post
thread
troll
the interconnected community of blogs and bloggers who post c…
an entry on a blog
a series of related comments
a disruptive commenter who tries to stir up trouble
blogosphere
the interconnected community of blogs and bloggers who post c…
post
an entry on a blog
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journalism law
which federal law provides all us citi…
which types of expression are restrict…
which California educational code augm…
which types of expression are protecte…
the 1st amendment. freedom of religion and speech are also pr…
libel, slander, porn
Educational code 48907
freedom of speech & protest
which federal law provides all us citi…
the 1st amendment. freedom of religion and speech are also pr…
which types of expression are restrict…
libel, slander, porn
25 terms
Journalism and Law
Definition of Defamation... What kind of…
To win a defamation suit, the plaintif…
1. Publication or Broadcast
2. Identification
• Those communications about a person (living human being or…
1. The defamatory communication was published or broadcast... 2.…
• Publication means that one person other that the plaintiff…
• The defamatory statement must be shown to be "of or concern…
Definition of Defamation... What kind of…
• Those communications about a person (living human being or…
To win a defamation suit, the plaintif…
1. The defamatory communication was published or broadcast... 2.…
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Journalism Law
5 Sources of the Law & Branches
Common Law (Judicial)
Equity (Judicial)
Statutory Law (Legislative)
1. Common Law (Judicial) 2. Equity (Judicial) 3. Statutory La…
judge-made law in written published decision of courts; alway…
judge-made, means fairness, where common law does not provide…
legislation/bills passed by government, signed in by executiv…
5 Sources of the Law & Branches
1. Common Law (Judicial) 2. Equity (Judicial) 3. Statutory La…
Common Law (Judicial)
judge-made law in written published decision of courts; alway…
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Journalism Law
1st Amendement Rights
When was the 1st Amend. ratified?
Pentagon Papers
The Miller Test
Speech... Religion... Press... Assembly... Petition
1791
Papers were promoting w/ quote from a bug in Vietnam, resulte…
Test that determines obscenity: "avg person w/ regular standa…
1st Amendement Rights
Speech... Religion... Press... Assembly... Petition
When was the 1st Amend. ratified?
1791
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Journalism Law
jurisprudence
the rule of law
natural law theory
positive law theory
the study of law
absence of law = chaos
all law derives from nature or natural order of things
all law must be explicit and typically in writing
jurisprudence
the study of law
the rule of law
absence of law = chaos
34 terms
Journalism Law
Common Law
Statutory Law
Five Values of Free Speech
Publishers licensed
Body of law in which courts create precedential principles
Law created by elected body
* Discovery of Truth ... * Continuance of self government ... * Che…
...
Common Law
Body of law in which courts create precedential principles
Statutory Law
Law created by elected body
53 terms
Journalism Law
Dual Court System
Separate Judicial System
Criminal Law
Criminal Law: Burden of Proof
one for federal cases and one for state
50 states and Washington, DC; Federal
the state vs. individual
beyond a reasonable doubt
Dual Court System
one for federal cases and one for state
Separate Judicial System
50 states and Washington, DC; Federal
20 terms
Journalism Law
Defamation
Libel
Slander
Precedent
anything spoken, written, or pictured that could damage a per…
written defamation. False printed statement of fact that atta…
spoken (oral) defamation
judicial decisions that serve as patterns in similar, future…
Defamation
anything spoken, written, or pictured that could damage a per…
Libel
written defamation. False printed statement of fact that atta…
58 terms
Journalism Law
Spanish Constitutional Court understan…
When statements about privacy are fals…
Are Civil law and Common Law based on…
The ..... is the fundamental law of th…
True.
Incorrect, as such statements may only damage reputation, not…
No.
Constitution.
Spanish Constitutional Court understan…
True.
When statements about privacy are fals…
Incorrect, as such statements may only damage reputation, not…
81 terms
Journalism Law
The doctrine of the separation of powe…
If you "plead the Fifth", what does th…
Which court is the highest court in Au…
True or false: The Parliament is the o…
Senate
Nothing
High Court
False
The doctrine of the separation of powe…
Senate
If you "plead the Fifth", what does th…
Nothing
15 terms
Journalism and Law
Defamation
Slander
Libel
Fair Use
The action of damaging a good reputation of someone
Defamation by the spoken world
Publishing a falsehood that hold someone up to public ridicule
Legal doctrine that allows journalist to use anything said or…
Defamation
The action of damaging a good reputation of someone
Slander
Defamation by the spoken world
18 terms
Journalism and the Law
Schenk V US
Espionage Act
Clear and Present Danger
Brandenburg V Ohio
1919 - Schenk used the U.S. mail to send pamphlets to people…
Prohibited anyone from making false statements that would int…
Schenk's actions formed a clear and present danger against th…
1969 - Brandenburg a KKK leader was convicted for holding a t…
Schenk V US
1919 - Schenk used the U.S. mail to send pamphlets to people…
Espionage Act
Prohibited anyone from making false statements that would int…
18 terms
Journalism and the Law
Defamation
Libel
Slander
Private figure
Purposly damaging someones reputation
Publishing a falsehood that holds someone up to public ridicu…
Defamation by the spoken word
Anyone under the age of 18
Defamation
Purposly damaging someones reputation
Libel
Publishing a falsehood that holds someone up to public ridicu…
20 terms
Digital Journalism and Social Media
blogosphere
post
thread
troll
the interconnected community of blogs and bloggers who post c…
an entry on a blog
a series of related comments
a disruptive commenter who tries to stir up trouble
blogosphere
the interconnected community of blogs and bloggers who post c…
post
an entry on a blog
31 terms
american media - newspapers and journalism
newspapers
Publik Occurrences
Boston News-Letter
Pennsylvania Gazette
1690-1920: only form of mass news medium; attempted to delive…
-1690... -only on issue... -1st american newspaper ... -shut down by t…
-1704... -The Internet of the 18th Century? ... -left blank spaces…
-1728... -founded by samuel chimer ... -bought by benjamin franklin…
newspapers
1690-1920: only form of mass news medium; attempted to delive…
Publik Occurrences
-1690... -only on issue... -1st american newspaper ... -shut down by t…
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Laws of journalism
Funded by federal, state, and local go…
Funded by individuals and non governme…
Leonard law
Tinker vs Des Moines
Laws of public schools
Private school laws
Only in California, prohibits schools from punishing students…
Public school students wore black armbands to protest Vietnam…
Funded by federal, state, and local go…
Laws of public schools
Funded by individuals and non governme…
Private school laws
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Laws in Journalism
First Amendement
Tinker vs Des Moines
Bethel vs Fraser
Hazelwood vs Kuhlmeier
-speech ... -press... -peaceably assemble ... -religion... -petition
Arm bands to school
"Disruptive" free speech at school "vulgar or offensive"
"Vulgar or profane" Prior review, prior restraint
First Amendement
-speech ... -press... -peaceably assemble ... -religion... -petition
Tinker vs Des Moines
Arm bands to school
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Journalism Media Functions
Political
Economic
Sentry
Record-keeping
The press must provide information upon which to make informe…
The press informs the public of products, goods, services, an…
the press must report not only what is happening today, but a…
the mass media should reflect an accurate record of local, na…
Political
The press must provide information upon which to make informe…
Economic
The press informs the public of products, goods, services, an…
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