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The European Audiovisual Observatory announces its first public conference online this year!
The European Audiovisual Observatory invites you to its online conference on the present and future of PSM.
THE EUROPEAN AUDIOVISUAL OBSERVATORY PUBLISHES A NEW REPORT ON MEDIA OWNERSHIP IN EUROPE
The report aims to shed light on the structure of the AV industry in Europe in terms of revenues as well as other performance indicators.
The European Audiovisual Observatory publishes new report on female professionals active in the European film industry.
This report provides an assessment of the gender imbalance among film professionals within the European film industry.
European Audiovisual Observatory celebrates its 30th anniversary in 2022 under new Estonian Presidency
Each January a different Observatory member country takes over its yearly rotating Presidency.
European Audiovisual Observatory produces a new mapping report!
This unique comparative legal analysis looks at the scope of protection of audiovisual sports content in the legislative frameworks of the 27 EU member states and the UK.
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