On 30 December 2014, we published the fourth “Inforrm” Media Law Quiz – set by the winner of the 2010 and 2011 quizes and the 2012 quiz master, Benjamin Pell. Once again, the Quizmaster’s fearsome reputation meant that not many of our readers and contributors had the courage to submit entries. Continue reading
Following a number of requests from interested but perplexed readers we have agreed to extend time again for the completion of Benjamin Pell’s exciting Media and Law Quiz. The time for entries will be extended to 30 January 2015. We commend the quiz to our readers as both informative and entertaining! Readers should not be intimidated by Mr Pell’s fearsome reputation as a quizmaster. This quiz can be completed by even a casual reader of Inforrm.Continue reading
On 1 January 2013, we published the third “Inforrm” Media Law Quiz – set by the winner of the 2010 and 2011 quizes, Benjamin Pell. There were 45 tough questions arising out of the Media Law Cases of the past 12 months. It may be that Mr Pell’s reputation for encyclopedic knowledge put off some potential contestants. Not many of our readers and contributors had the courage to submit entries. Thank you to those who did.
In response to a number of requests from perplexed readers, we are granting an extension of time for submissions of answers to the Inforrm media law quiz of the year. A number of distinguished media lawyers have told us that they are unable to answer a single question. If true, this demonstrates a lamentable failure to read Inforrm over the past year. The blog contains straightforwards answers to a number of the questions. Continue reading
Following the runaway success of our Media Law quizzes for 2010 and 2011 we are repeating the exercise for 2012 – with one important change. The runaway winner in 2010 and 2011, Benjamin Pell, has graciously agreed to forego the chance of an hat trick and has, instead, agreed to take on the role of quiz master. This should encourage all our readers to take part. Many of the answers can be found in Inforrm’s comprehensive 2012 media and law coverage. Continue reading