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The European Audiovisual Observatory is looking for young professionals with experience in the audiovisual sector.
The European Audiovisual Observatory has just published a new report on investments in European original content.
This report analyses the evolution of financing of original European content by broadcasters and global streamers since 2011.
New 2022 European TV data just published in MAVISE!
ARE YOU READY FOR OUR NEW AUTUMN/WINTER 2022 COLLECTION OF NEW REPORTS?
Our team of Experts and Analysts is ready to present our 2022 autumn collection of free reports on the film, television and VOD sectors in Europe.
The European Audiovisual Observatory produces a new IRIS Special report
This new report provides a detailed examination of the current legal framework regulating online advertising.
Creators in Europe’s Screen Sectors – Sketching Present and Future Challenges - 7 June 2022
Circulation of European films: is availability enough? - 21 May 2022
FOCUS 2022: Key Trends in the Film Sector