IRIS Special 2003 - Co-Regulation of the Media in Europe

01/12/2003 Authors: Susanne Nikoltchev (Ed.), European Audiovisual Observatory

This publication explains co-regulation, offers current examples of its use and discusses possible areas in which it may be applied. It describes the characteristics and legal requirements of co-regulation, as well as the chances and risks associated with it.

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IRIS Plus 2003-5: Horizontal Rating of Audiovisual Content in Europe. An Alternative to Multi-level Classification?

01/10/2003 Authors: Carmen Palzer, Institute of European Media Law (EMR), Saarbrücken / Brussels

This article discusses the horizontal rating of audiovisual content in Europe and rounds off our series on various aspects of "horizontal regulation".

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IRIS Plus 2003-4: Swings on the Horizontal - The Search for Consistency in European Advertising Law

01/09/2003 Authors: Jan Kabel, Institute for Information Law (IViR), University of Amsterdam

This IRIS plus addresses the horizontal regulation of advertising.

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IRIS Plus 2003-1: New European Rules for the Communications Sector

01/02/2003 Authors: Nico van Eijk, Institute for Information Law (IViR), University of Amsterdam

This article analyses the new EU framework for the communications sector, exploring several of the provisions that are more directly relevant for the audiovisual sector.

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IRIS Special 2002 - Jurisdiction over Broadcasters in Europe - Report on a Round-table Discussion & Selection of Background Materials

01/12/2002 Authors: Susanne Nikoltchev (Ed.), European Audiovisual Observatory

What are the remaining difficulties in determining jurisdiction? What disputes were brought before the courts and how have they been solved? What clarifications should be made to European legislation? The workshop aimed to penetrate the many facets of these questions and to fuel the discussion...

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IRIS Plus 2002-5: Co-Regulation of the Media in Europe: The Potential for Practice of an Intangible Idea

01/10/2002 Author: Tarlach McGonagle, Institute for Information Law (IViR) University of Amsterdam

This article picks up the trail begun by the earlier IRIS plus article, "Co-Regulation of the Media in Europe: European Provisions for the Establishment of Co-Regulation Frameworks". Drawing extensively on the discussions held at a workshop on the topic "Co-Regulation of the Media in Europe", the...

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IRIS Plus 2002-4: In Search of Lost Rightsholders: Clearing Video-on-Demand Rights for European Audiovisual Works

01/09/2002 Author: Francisco Javier Cabrera Blázquez, European Audiovisual Observatory

This article investigates the conflict between copyright protection and new ways of exploiting audiovisual works. The key role that collecting societies might play and the need for corresponding legal provisions are discussed in particular.

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IRIS Plus 2002-3: Co-Regulation of the Media in Europe: European Provisions for the Establishment of Co-regulation Frameworks

01/06/2002 Author: Dr Carmen Palzer, Institute of European Media Law (EMR), Saarbrücken/ Brussels

This article discusses the role that co-regulation plays in the audiovisual media, focusing on European Union and Council of Europe provisions that need to be implemented through national legislation. The European legal framework for co-regulation is primarily described using the example of the...

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IRIS Plus 2002-1: Media Supervision on the Threshold of the 21st Century What are the Requirements of Broadcasting, Telecommunications and Concentration Regulation?

01/02/2002 Authors: Alexander Scheuer & Peter Strothmann, Institute of European Media Law (EMR), Saarbrücken/Brussels

The following article is based on the ideas that were brought to a workshop held by the European Audiovisual Observatory and the Institute of European Media Law (EMR).

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IRIS Special 2001 - Television and Media Concentration - Regulatory Models on the National and the European Level

01/12/2001 Authors: Susanne Nikoltchev (Ed.), European Audiovisual Observatory

This book is intended first and foremost to contribute to a better understanding of the variety of legal problems and regulations that are relevant to limiting concentrations of power in the medium of television.

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