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Media

Organisations that deliver the news to the public, this can be broadcast (television, radio), published (newspapers, magazines) and on the internet.

Members of the press can ask to permission to come into the youth court and are usually allowed in the magistrates’ court and Crown Court.

The media can usually publish details of criminal cases but they may not be able to publish identity of children if they are victims, witnesses or defendants. Reporting restrictions can prevent the media from publishing children’s names, address, photograph and other information that might identify them (such as their school or place of work).