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FOCUS World Film Market Trends - Back issues free on line now!

14/09/2018 Strasbourg

In a single handy volume FOCUS gives you all the key data - market shares, ticket prices, screen numbers and so much more - for each major cinema territory. And now you'll find all back issues as far as 2003 free on line!

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The European Audiovisual Observatory publishes new free report on the origin of films in VOD catalogues

European films make up 20% of the subscription VOD catalogues, and 85% of European films available on SVOD are non-national

30/08/2018 Strasbourg

This new report gives a valuable overview of the composition of VOD catalogues in the EU. In total, 74 TVOD and SVOD catalogues are covered by this year’s report, with a focus on pan-European and multi-country services for TVOD catalogues.

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European Audiovisual Observatory announces St. Petersburg conference this autumn!

Conference: Challenges and chances for the Russian film industry

07/08/2018 Strasbourg

What’s new in Europe's fifth biggest cinema market? For several years now Russia has been a major economic player in film production and exploitation and in September we take the pulse of the current Russian cinema industry and look at the challenges and chances offered by this dynamic film market.

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Licensing in the new digital audiovisual media context

What challenges do the new generation of audiovisual media services raise for licensing mechanisms? Join us in Athens on 25th of September for this free public conference. It will be jointly organised by the European Audiovisual Observatory in collaboration with the Greek National Council for Radio and Television.

Entry is free but registration is compulsory. Register for free here.

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How are journalists and their work protected by law in Europe?

It’s high time to be reminded that national laws within Europe contain provisions to protect journalists and their work: the so-called “media privilege”. The European Audiovisual Observatory has just analysed the protection of media privilege for journalists offered by national law within Europe in this new IRIS Special publication.

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