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Advertising has always posed a challenge for European legislation. Lawmakers find themselves trying to address the concerns and needs of stakeholders as wide apart as children’s protection lobbyists, health and safety campaigners, protesters against gender stereotyping...
The Strasbourg-based Observatory, part of the Council of Europe, has just announced that Greece is back as a member state. Greece's withdrawal from the Observatory became effective as of January this year against a background of economic upheaval. While this meant that the Observatory could no...
Just before MIP Junior opens - European Audiovisual Observatory publishes new report on children’s TV This figure comes from the European Audiovisual Observatory’s new free to download report: Children’s TV channels in Europe - Who are the key players? Share of children’s TV channels (including...
Just ahead of forthcoming debates in the European Parliament a brand new report focuses on what’s at stake on copyright applicable to certain online transmissions of broadcasting organisations and retransmissions of television and radio programmes. A round-table workshop was held on 21 June in...
The legal offer of VoD services in Russia grew by a massive 32% between 2015 and 2016. This is in spite of the fact that 2 out of 3 Russians reportedly consider that viewing and downloading pirated content is legal, according to a survey conducted by software company Irdeto. In addition, Russian...
Media Ownership - Market Realities and Regulatory Responses
Our Brussels 2016 workshop
Ticket to ride! What makes European films travel?
Our Cannes 2016 workshop
Public Service Media On Line: Remit and Financing.
Our 2015 Brussels workshop