La protection des mineurs dans le domaine des médias en République tchèque

01/12/2012 Authors: Evelýna Dreiseitlová, Observatoire européen de l'audiovisuel

[This text is only available in French] Le présent article aborde le thème de la protection des mineurs dans le domaine des médias en République tchèque en deux parties : la première partie concerne le domaine de la télédiffusion et des services de médias audiovisuels à la demande en y incluant...

Read More

IRIS Plus 2012-6: Protection of Minors and Audiovisual Content On-Demand

01/11/2012 Authors: Alexander Scheuer and Cristina Bachmeier, Institute of European Media Law (EMR), Saarbrücken/Brussels

On-demand services with audiovisual content are continuing to be more and more popular among users. One of the world's best known platforms is no doubt YouTube, which, according to Matthew Glotzbach, the company's EMEA Managing Director, currently has 800 million users a month who upload 72 hours...

Read More

Media and Protection of Minors in France - TV and Cinema

26/06/2012 Authors: Mathias Grenier, European Audiovisual Observatory

This article describes the French regulation on the protection of minors concerning cinematographic and other audiovisual productions.

Read More

The Protection of Children from Harmful Effects of Films in the United States

26/06/2012 Authors: Jonathan Perl, Media Center, New York Law School

This article describes the regulation on the protection of minors concerning cinematographic and other audiovisual productions in the United States.

Read More

IRIS Plus 2012-4: Exclusive Rights and Short Reporting

01/06/2012 Authors: Peter Matzneller, Institute for European Media Law (EMR), Saarbrücken/Brussels

2012 is often called a year of sports as both the Euro 2012 football championships and the Olympic Games will be held. Of course, there will be or have been world championships in other sports, such as the biathlon, ski flying, figure skating, indoor athletics, table tennis, windsurfing,...

Read More

IRIS Plus 2012-1: Answers to Internet Piracy

01/01/2012 Authors: Dmitry Golovanov, Moscow Media Law and Policy Centre

Internet piracy is a curse to rightsholders and anyone interested in the viability of the creative industry. The latter includes not only governments and representatives of the au- diovisual sector but also consumers who like to enjoy a rich offer of audiovisual content but who might have to cope...

Read More

Die ungarische Regelung für den Schutz der Minderjährigen vor schädlichen Medieninhalten

01/01/2012 Authors: Réka Sümegh, European Audiovisual Observatory

This article was written in German and is available only in German. It describes the Hungarian regulation on the protection of minors concerning cinematographic and other audiovisual productions.

Read More

IRIS Special 2011: The Regulation of On-demand Audiovisual Services: Chaos or Coherence?

12/12/2011 Author: Susanne NIKOLTCHEV (Ed.), European Audiovisual Observatory

It is common practice that the European Commission sends fact finding letters to ensure that national laws of all member states correctly implement all aspects of EU directives within the given time frame. The letters addressed in March this year to Belgium, Bulgaria, the Czech Republic, Denmark,...

Read More

IRIS Themes - Vol. II - Freedom of Expression and the Media: Standard-setting by the Council of Europe (II) Parliamentary Assembly

01/12/2011 Authors: European Audiovisual Observatory

This e-book provides valuable insights into the work of the Parliamentary Assembly of the Council of Europe (PACE) on freedom of expression and the media. It summarises the many positions adopted by the PACE since June 1995 in no less than 49 official documents designed to guide the member states...

Read More

IRIS Themes - Vol. I - Freedom of Expression and the Media: Standard-setting by the Council of Europe (I) Committee of Ministers

01/12/2011 Authors: European Audiovisual Observatory

This e-book provides valuable insights into the work of the Committee of Ministers of the Council of Europe on freedom of expression and the media. It summarises the many principles and normative requirements adopted by the Council since November 1994 in no less than 57 official documents...

Read More