Media regulation


The media has a right and duty to inform the general public of current affairs and also to entertain them. On the other hand the general public also has a right to privacy and the right to receive information which is accurate and entertainment which is suitable for various audiences.

In the UK there are organisations which regulate the content of the medias, to ensure the material is accurate and suitable for all audiences, or labelled in such a way that audiences are able to determine its suitability for the general public.

Job roles

Click to visit the media regulation job roles| page to discover some of the roles within media regulation.

Routes into media regulation

Visit routes into media regulation| to find out how to enter the media regulation field.


See media regulation resources| for useful links.