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CLJJ annual lecture: Baroness Buscombe on changing times and regulation

In City University London, Events, Journalism on October 13, 2011 at 10:14 am

The Press Complaints Commission chairman, Baroness Buscombe, gave the Centre for Law, Justice and Journalism annual lecture last night [Wednesday].

In her lecture, “Changing times and changing media regulation,” she discussed the challenges of convergence, technology development and international regulation.

In her view, non-statutory self-regulation is the “only model that can work”. However, she called for a “back stop” power that would ensure publishers complied with a self-regulatory system.

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Update: Full speech text now available, below, and you can watch the video on the CLJJ main site.