Unit 1 Study Guide
Unit 1 Study Guide MC 101 - Intro to Mass Communications
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Date Created: 12/14/15
Matt Owens MC 101 112415 Media Law First Amendment Protects 5 freedoms 0 Religion 0 Speech 0 Press 0 Right to Assemble 0 Petition the Government 0 History of the First Amendment 0 Written by James Madison 0 Ratified in 1791 0 Virginia Declaration of Rights George Mason Key Areas of Media Law 0 Personal Rights 0 Intellectual Property Rights 0 NewsGathering Rights Marketplace of Ideas 0 Ideas should be allowed to ow freely Alien amp Sedition Acts 0 1798 o Signed into law by President John Adams 0 Limit people s right to freedom of political opinion 0 Matthew Lyon rst arrested for violation of this act 0 Four month s imprisonment 0 1000 ne Lincoln amp Free Speech 0 War Time Limit free speech The Balancing Effect 0 Balance between right to free speech and other interests Political Speech 0 2008 protest in New Hampshire 0 Burned American Flag 0 JB Stoner o Said quotniggerquot in political commercials Internets 0 Internet vs Print 0 Same rst amendment protection National Security 0 Key Case 1972 a Pentagon Papers Prior Restraint 0 When the government says you re not allowed to sayprint something Public Endangerment o The most stringent protection of free speech would not protect a man in falsely shouting ire in a theater and causing a panic 0 Oliver Wendell Holmes The Key Areas of Media Law 0 Personal Rights 0 Defamation slander libel Libel Publish something that s not true 0 Libel and Private Figures 0 Published 0 ldenU ed o Inaccurate o Hurt Reputation Libel and Public Figures 0 Published o IdenU ed o Inaccurate o Hurt Reputation 0 Reckless disregard to truth andor malice Pdvacy False Light Publication of private facts Intrusion Misappropriation Intentional in iction of emotional distress OOOOO Slander Say something that s not true 0 Privacy Pornography vs Obscenity o Pornography Usually legal 0 Two types of porn are not protected by the First Amendment Obscenity Justice Potter Steward o quotI know it when I see itquot Roth and Miller s Standards 0 Individual community standard 0 Taken as a whole 0 Prurient interests Child porn Intellectual Property Rights 0 Copyright 0 Works of authorship writing music etc Trademark 0 Words names symbols 0 Patents News Gathering Rights 0 Sunshine Laws 0 Freedom of Information Act 0 Shield Laws MC 101 Test 1 Chapter 1 0 Four Communication types 0 Transmission Model Noises in the Model 0 Contemporary Model of communication 0 Four Dimensions of Media Literacy Chapter 15 0 Four theories of press 0 Media framing Know some basic facts about other countries READ o How BBC operates o What is the most watched Arablanguage news channel 0 What is most used medium of mass communication in Africa Chapter 3 o Chris Anderson s quotLong tailquot phenomenon 0 Short head 0 Long Tail 0 How to apply it 0 Basic concepts like synergy vertical integration etc 0 Basic facts like which company is the larges newspaper publish etc READ
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