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JOUR 3060 COMMUNICATION LAW & REGULATION

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    Jan 08, 2017
    | Would recommend.

    This class was tough.

    Course Overview:

    I recommended because the subjects taught in the course is very important for anyone wanting to go into the profession of multimedia whether it is news reporting, sportscasting, radio, book writing, etc. It teaches you about ways to protect yourself as a reporter and writer, how to protect your work and how others' protection affects your access to their work. It teaches you about laws and acts dealing with literature and other arts. It also giving you examples of how it affects you today in society while also the history in the making of it. I gave 4 stars out of 5 because it is still a pretty tough course but it's worth it and important.

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    The course taught me about ways to protect yourself as a reporter and writer, how to protect your work and how others' protection affects your access to their work. I learned about laws and acts dealing with literature and other arts. The professor also gave me examples of how it affects you today in society while also the history in the making of it. I learn more about acts such as the Telecommunication Act and Copyright acts (1790, 1976, and Extension Act of 1998). I learned about the Miller Test and terms such as strict scrutiny and FOIA exemptions, learned about important Supreme Court cases such as Golan v. Hoder, NYT v US, and MUCH more.

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    3-5 hours

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    Definitely pay attention in class and take notes. After that, study those notes.

    • Fall 2016
    • Christopher Toula
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