CONTENTSCHAPTER 1AN OVERVIEW OF MEDIA LAWSCHAPTER 2ADVERTISlNG REGULATIONS IN INDIACHAPTER 3LEGAL ISSUES IN ADVERTISlNG AND PROTECTION OFINTELLECTUAL PROPERTY RIGHTSCHAPTER 4STARTING A NEWSPAPER OR MAGAZINE IN INDIACHAPTER 5TITLE VERIFICATIONCHAPTER 6DECLARATION TO BE FILEDCHAPTER 7APPLICATION FOR REGISTRATIONCHAPTER 8DUTIES OF A PUBLISHERCHAPTER 9LAWS AND REGULATIONS ON NEWSPAPERS,PRINTING PRESSESAnnexure ITHE PRESS AND REGISTRATION OF BOOKS ACT, 1867 Annexure-IIAREAS COVERED BY VARIOUS OFFICES OF RNI 90Annexure – IIIFORM OF APPLICATION FOR VERIFICATION OF TITLEAnnexure-IVA PROFORMA APPLICATION FOR REGISTRATION OFANEWSPAPERIPERIODICALAnnexure-VFORM OF DECLARATION (FORM I)Annexure-VIADDRESSES OF PRESS INFORMATION BUREAU OFFICESAnnexure-VIIFORM OF ANNUAL STATEMENT (FORM II)Annexure-VIIIFORM OF OWNERSHIP STATEMENT (FORM IV)Annexure-IXSTATEMENT REGARDING ‘DAlLY PRESS’ NEWSPAPERSAnnexure-XINFORMATION SERVICE ORGANISATIONS OF THEGOVERNMENT OF INDIAAnnexure-XITRADE ASSOCIATIONSAnnexure-XIIINSTITUTIONAL SUPPORTAnnexure-XIIINEWS AGENCIES ACCREDITED TO GOVERNMENTOF INDIAAnnexure-XIVGLOSSARY OF NEWSPAPER TERMINOLOGYAbout The Booknewspapers specially related to press, newspapers andadvertising are exhaustively dealt with alongwith the procedure of startingpublication of a newspaper and its management. The various Acts, which haveto be taken into consideration when dealing with the regulations imposed uponthe PrintMedia, inter alia, are:The Press and Registration of Books Act, 1867 – This Act regulatesprinting presses and newspapers and makes registration with an appointedAuthority compulsory for all printing presses.The Press (Objectionable Matters) Act, 1951 – This enactmentprovides against the printing and publication of incitement to crime andother objectionable matters.The Newspaper (Prices and Pages) Act, 1956 – This statuteempowers the Central Government to regulate the price of newspapers inrelation to the number of pages and size and also to regulate the allocationof space to be allowed for advertising matter.Civil Defence Act, 1968 – It allows the Government to make rules forthe prohibition of printing and publication of any book, newspaper or otherdocument prejudicial to the Civil Defence.
Xcess Press, Media, & Advertising Law In India Alongwith Starting a Newspaper or Magazine In India Edition : 2013
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