Are there any substantial legal distinctions between the First Amendment's right of freedom of speech compared to freedom of the press?
I'm specifically looking for any distinctions officially drawn by any of the three branches of U.S. government.
To clarify further, I understand speech and press to be modes of expression. Freedom of speech has limits of reason, as in yelling fire in a crowded theater. What I'm wondering about is if there are concrete, factual examples where the limits on expression have been explicitly distinguished based on mode of expression.