By Mike Feintuck, Mike Varney
This considerably revised variation indicates how the elevated commercialization and privatization of British broadcast media poses a primary chance to "the public curiosity" as pressures of rework conventional recommendations of public provider.
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Extra info for Media Regulation, Public Interest and the Law (Second Edition)
The final law job relates closely to but extends beyond the second and third. ‘Goal orientation’ involves processes for determining the desired direction for society to take, either very broadly or more specifically, for example identifying the direction to be taken by the media. Discussion of media regulation necessarily involves the consideration of all aspects of this ‘extended concept of law’, but even then, it remains necessary to be aware of a broader phenomenon that is much harder to define.
If this is the case, then it may be necessary to reconceptualise the view of private property in the digital media in order to ensure that citizens feel the true benefits that might be 30 Media Regulation, Public Interest and the Law brought from the vast increase in broadcast capacity from the recent technological advances (M. Varney 2005). One way of conceptualising this possible change could be through the device of ‘stewardship’, a concept that will be fleshed out more fully in Chapter 7. As already acknowledged, it is impossible to predict with certainty the extent to which the new information infrastructure will prove central to communications in the future, but, to the extent that it does prove to form an essential part of democracy, the same ‘public resource’ argument must apply.
These four ‘Law Jobs’ move beyond a narrow, technical definition of ‘law’ into a broader, socially grounded model that will inform the remainder of this book. In essence, Harden and Lewis note that Llewellyn identified four tasks which must be accomplished for any group, large or small, to continue in existence as a group. The first of these is probably the easiest to understand. Dispute resolution, or ‘the disposition of the trouble-case’, is often viewed as the archetypal law job, and is certainly the one most immediately recognised as ‘legal’ by the lay person.