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European Audiovisual Observatory releases new report about the regulation of on-line media services
Regulating media services in this digital world ‘sans frontiers’ is an extremely complex challenge. High time, then, for our latest up-date on where media legislation stands.
Independent producers’ coordinator takes over European Audiovisual Observatory’s Advisory Committee Chair
The Advisory Committee of the Observatory has a new Chair. Elena Lai, Secretary General of the European Coordination of Independent TV Producers (CEPI), takes over from Johannes Studinger, Deputy Director of UNI-EUROPA, who held the position from 2015 – 2018.
The Strasbourg-based Observatory, has been providing facts and figures on the film, television and video industries in Europe since 1992. Each January a different Observatory member country takes over the yearly rotating Presidency. In 2018 the Presidency was held by France.
European Audiovisual Observatory publishes new free report on the financing of European fiction films
Based on the actual budget analysis of 445 European live-action fiction films released in 2016, this is probably the largest pan-European data sample available to date on the financing of European fiction films.
The European Audiovisual Observatory publishes major new Brexit study
As Europe moves inexorably towards midnight on the 29th of March 2019, when the UK will effectively leave the European Union, each sector of industry in Europe is anxiously trying to evaluate and anticipate the consequences. The audiovisual industries – film, television and VOD – are no exception.
Our French Presidency conference held on 5th of June 2018 in Paris.
Gilles Fontaine presents his market analysis at the 2018 Cannes conference.
Maja Cappello presents her legal analysis at the 2018 Cannes conference.