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Specialist Guide to the
Global Leaders in Media Law Practice
Media Law International provides expansive coverage of firms with media law capabilities across 56 jurisdictions, including rankings and industry intelligence.
The publication is also a specialist marketing tool, allowing firms and lawyers practicing media law to connect with target clients in their jurisdiction and internationally.
The publication provides collaborative options including profiles, chapter articles and
e-Zine articles, among others.
Chapter articles and firm profiles give firms the opportunity to showcase their knowledge, authority, experience and dedication to their practice.
These paid-for pages display firms’ unique identity and specialist services, increasing their presence within the marketplace as go-to representatives.
Legal Practice Guide (LPG)
MLI is pleased to introduce Legal Practice Guides. These produces are vastly distributed to media houses and media practices of law firms worldwide. As an essential reference resource, the guide will also act as a specialist marketing tool, allowing firms and lawyers practicing media law to connect with target clients in their jurisdiction and internationally.
Each contributing firm will have the exclusive right to cover their jurisdiction. Contributing firms are able to demonstrate their knowledge, authority, experience and dedication to their practice.
LPGs are a useful tool for in-house and private practice firms to use when engaging outside counsel in media matters.
Featured Articles that lead our chapters comprise a 2000-word article, author biographies and author photographs, submitted as close to publication date as possible to provide the most current information upon the launch.
Contributing a legal article is one of the best ways for practitioners to display their firm’s knowledge and authority. Potential clients rely on articles by legal experts to help them decide which firm can best meet their business needs.
Articles provide an overview of the media law market. This should include important trends and developments in the market and news of legislative changes affecting the practice of media law.
All firm profiles are featured on a full page or two full pages and in colour. Profiles can include multiple offices listings, a description of the firm's services and experience under house style headings, and a logo.
Firm profiles highlight additional services of a firm that may not be covered by Media Law International. Choosing to place your firm’s profile is the only way to list office addresses and contact details in the guide and allows firms to market their specialties.
Shorter article spaces are also available on a higher frequency in our e-Zine, published every other month, which includes news stories and legal updates. Spaces allow for 600 word and 1,000 articles and include author pictures and contact details.
Our distribution list includes: Spotify, Universal Music Group, Virgin Media, Sky News Arabia, Thomson Reuters, Facebook, Les Publicationsé Nast , Twentieth Century Fox, NOS, Amazon, Radio City FM Bucuresti,Cofina, Netflix, beIN Sports, FremantleMedia, Disney, Bitcoin Foundation, Foxtel, Telegraaf Media Groep, Talpa Media Holding, Aller Media, Burda Hearst Publishing, BBC Worldwide, Microsoft, i Games, Nordisk Film, TV2, Warner Bros., Ringier Axel Springer, ESPN Star Sports Network, Fetch TV, Guardian News & Media, Twitter,Discovery Communications,Fox International Channels, Viacom, Yushan Ventures, Bunte Entertainment Verlag, Havas Worldwide, WPG Uitgevers, Al Jazeera Media Network, ProSieben.Sat1, Nordisk Film, Wirtualna Polska, Fairfax Media.
MLI 2019 Handbook
For a copy of the printed MLI 2019 edition, please contact Mina Kouchih who can take orders and arrange for distribution.
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