Настольная книга по медийному саморегулированию
Handbook on Media Self-Regulation. 10th issue. From the «Third» Collegium to the «fourth». Renewal of objectives, permanence of goals and values. Edited by Ph.D. in social sciences Y.V. Kazakov and Doctor of Law prof. M.A. Fedotov. Moscow: UNESCO Creative Center, 2020.320 p. The tenth edition of the Handbook on Media Self-Regulation contains decisions made by the Public Collegium in 2019 – 2020, decisions of territorial collegiums on complaints against the press and materials of the annual conference of the Collegium (May 2020), within which the last meeting of the «Third» Collegium (2015 – 2020) was held and the results of the elections to the «Fourth» Collegium (2020 – 2025) were announced. The book contains a section dedicated to two innovative developments of the Collegium: the «new media standard», which was transformed into draft recommendations for a blogger, and the «media ethical mediation» model. The section «Reference materials and documents» includes lists of members of the new composition of the two Chambers of the Collegium and lists of organizations that took part in the elections of 2020, as well as regulatory and guiding documents of the Collegium itself, Russian and international journalistic unions, as well as two documents of the international network of media organizations SelfRegulation (SOMS), in which Russia is represented by the Public Press Complaints Collegium. The book will be helpful for journalists, editors, media industry figures, representatives of online media, bloggers, as well as tutors and students of journalism and law faculties. A special category of potential addressees of the publication is made up of those citizens and representatives of those organizations who, finding themselves offended by the publication, will choose an effective method for resolving an information dispute, but not destroying the foundations of freedom of speech in Russia and strengthening civil control over the media: an appeal to the institution of media self-regulation represented by a specific Russian self- and coregulation body – Public Press Complaints Collegium.