New IRIS Themes study reports on ECHR case law in the field of press freedom in Europe
Press freedom in Europe - how is the European Court of Human Rights protecting journalists and their freedom to report?
This fifth edition of IRIS Themes covers cases concerning freedom of expression, and media and journalistic freedom brought before the European Court of Human Rights in Strasbourg from 1994 to 2019.
The European Audiovisual Observatory publishes new Key Trends 2019/2020 report.
Understanding the audiovisual sector and its key trends before COVID-19 to better anticipate its impact.
Key Trends is the Observatory’s yearly digest of what’s hot in European media: TV, film and VOD. It offers a readable round-up of the key data from Observatory research. The authors drill down into recent trends and hot issues.
European Audiovisual Observatory publishes new report on audiovisual services in Europe
This new report provides an overview of the supply of services (TV channels and on-demand) available in the European audiovisual media landscape.
Key Trends 2019/2020
Understanding the European film, television and VOD industries
Where were we before the COVID crisis?
To understand how COVID-19 has hit the film, TV and VOD sectors, we need to know how they were performing before it started. Key Trends 2019/2020 gives you a complete overview of the European audiovisual markets before the current crisis hit us.
- Which players are dominating today’s European audiovisual landscape?
- What are the latest market trends for cinema, television and on-demand services?
- How does Europe finance the production of new content and how well does it circulate?
These are some of the question explored in our new edition of Key Key Trends 2019/2020
The brand-new Key Trends 2019/2020 is free to download here. It gives you a one-volume overview of the latest developments in the European film, television and VOD industries, including market trends, financing models and circulation figures for European works. Key Trends is an executive summary of data contained in the European Audiovisual Observatory’s Yearbook – Television, VOD, cinema and video in 40 European states.
IRIS Newsletter – our latest legal observations
The IRIS Newsletter reports monthly on the most important legal developments for the audiovisual industry in 39 European countries.
In more than 30 short articles, it provides a regular, free overview of what has been happening at national and international level. In short, the IRIS Newsletter is an indispensable publication for all decision-makers and experts in the audiovisual sector, produced by us to improve the flow of information and transparency in the sector.
Artificial Intelligence in the audiovisual industry
In the audiovisual industry, as in other sectors, the increasing use of Artificial Intelligence (AI) is likely to announce a paradigm shift, as it can transform the entire value chain.
The Observatory decided to take a closer look at these effects and devoted the 2019 edition of its annual workshop in December to discussing the opportunities and challenges raised by AI in the audiovisual sector, particularly in the journalistic field and in the film sector.
Legal Observations of the European Audiovisual Observatory
Online access to the tables & graphs of the Observatory's Yearbook
Database on the transposition of the AVMS Directive into national legislation
Database on legal information relevant to the audiovisual sector in Europe
Database on admissions to films released in Europe
Database on TV and on-demand audiovisual services and companies in Europe
The European film directory on European films available on VOD services in Europe
The BEST SOURCE OF DATA on:• television • film • video • on-demand audiovisual services in 40 European countries and Morocco
► 400 tables collecting more than 25 000 data
► 40 country data sheets
► Data from 2014 to 2018
Price: 370 €
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