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Regulating content as communications converge

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This article was compiled as a joint interview with the two authors, who have different views from one another. They answer in turn the question of how broadcasting and Internet content are regulated today, then they consider whether convergence will need to bring converged regulation, and then they each outline their views on how this should be done. Finally, they do a critique of one another’s ideas.
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Keywords: Internet; broadcasting; content regulation; convergence; digital television; viewers

Document Type: Research Article

Affiliations: 1: Communications Consumer Panel 2: London School of Economics

Publication date: 2011-09-02

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