Undergraduate Courses

MCC-UE 1304 - Global Media and International Law

This course examines public policy issues and institutions of media governance at the international level. It provides a historical overview of the various institutions and actors involved in global media governance, and assesses the various principles and practices that constitute the regime of global media governance, including the regulation of broadcasting, telecommunications, the Internet, and trade in media products. Special attention is paid to current debates within multilateral bodies such as UNESCO, the WTO, and the International Telecommunication Union.