‘Enforced self-regulation’ – what can the Leveson Inquiry learn from Australia? – Gordon Ramsay

8 03 2012

The Australian Independent Inquiry’s overall recommendation for a unified multiplatform regulator goes far beyond the remit of Leveson, but their model of ‘Enforced Self-Regulation’ provides some useful ideas for the future shape of UK non-broadcast media regulation.

On 28 February 2012 an Independent Inquiry for the Australian Department of Broadband, Communications and the Digital Economy (DBCDE) published its findings, recommending a complete overhaul of news media regulation and the concentration of regulatory authority in a single body with responsibility for print, broadcast and online news. Read the rest of this entry »