This report examines how the EU Directive 2019/790 on Copyright and Related Rights in the Digital Single Market (CDSM Directive) aims to strengthen the position of authors and performers when licensing their exclusive rights for the use of their works or performances.
This report provides an in-depth analysis of European media law in five Black Sea Region countries - the Republic of Armenia, Georgia, the Republic of Moldova, the Republic of Türkiye, and Ukraine.
This report explores the ways in which international and European legislation, as well as national approaches, can help to improve accessibility to audiovisual content for those of us with disabilities.
This new report looks at the various aspects of governance of public service media and its role in safeguarding the independence of PSM.
This publication aims at providing some clarity about how the transparency of media ownership is regulated in Europe.
The report examines the current challenges facing National Regulatory Authorities and asks how cooperation between the various NRAs can strengthen their mission.
A state-of-the-art analysis of how European media legislation proposes to deal with the challenges of regulating online content and those who provide digital services – in the shape of the Digital Services Act Package.
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IRIS Bonus 2021-1: Reports on diversity and inclusion in the European audiovisual sector - an overview
Intended as a free working tool to accompany the reading of the IRIS Plus on “Diversity and inclusion in the audiovisual sector” this IRIS Bonus is the result of the desk research done for the preparation of the IRIS Plus and the preliminary workshop for the analysis of the topic.