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The aim of the European Union Prize for Literature (EUPL) is to put the spotlight on the creativity and diverse wealth of Europe’s contemporary literature in ...
'Europeana' is Europe's single and multilingual online portal opening the doors to books stored by national libraries all over Europe and to a rich variety of ...
Europeana, Europe's Digital Library - briefing
Europeana, Europe's multimedia online library opens to the public today. At www.europeana.eu, Internet users around the world can now access more than two ...
Policy Coherence for Development
When exploring ways to accelerate progress towards achieving Millennium Development Goals (MDG), the European Union (EU) considers how non-aid policies can ...
"Achieving Greater Diversity in Broadcasting - special focus on Gender" - Comparative Background Paper
Final revised version of the EPRA Comparative Background Report on "Acheving Greater Diversity in Broadcasting - special focus on Gender; benefits and best ...
MEPs greenlight online films and TV while abroad
The European Parliament gave the green light Thursday to new rules enabling EU citizens with subscriptions for online films and TV series to access this ...
Open Journalism, IRIS plus 2013-2
Due to the rapid development of digital communication across the globe, journalism today is drastically changing. The sector is shifting from its traditional ...
Proposals to update EU copyright rules
The European Commission set out on 14 September proposals on the modernisation of copyright to increase cultural diversity in Europe and content available ...
Youth4Regions is a European Commission programme helping journalism students and young journalists to discover what the EU is doing in their region.
Fight against fake online news must be stepped up, EU warns Facebook, Twitter
Signatories to an EU code of practice including Facebook, Google and Twitter have shown patchy progress in the fight against online disinformation, says a new ...
CASELEX:EU:2003:187 - European Court of Justice, European Union Consumer Protection Law, ICT And Media Law
European Court of Justice, European Union Consumer Protection Law, ICT And Media Law
Failure of a Member State to fulfil obligations - Freedom to provide services - CASELEX:EU:2009:94
Spanish legislation that exempted from tax all winnings from lotteries, games of chance and betting organised by public bodies or entities pursuing social or ...
Online content knows no bounds and is on the increase. Reaching almost 500 million consumers, content services could significantly enhance the competitiveness ...
Audiovisual and Media
Summaries of EU Legislation on Audiovisual and Media policy.
Tax System for EU Digital Single Market
The European Commission proposed on 21 March new rules to ensure that digital business activities are taxed in a fair and growth-friendly way in the EU.
EU Tenders - Printing and Publishing
Today's EU tenders covering Printing and Publishing business sectors from 'Tenders Electronic Daily' (TED)
Copyright rules 'for digital age' clear final EU hurdle
The EU gave the green light Monday to rules adapting copyright law to a 'digital single market', protecting authors and artists, with new possibilities for ...
Directive on collective management of copyright and related rights and multi-territorial licensing
New rules on music copyright approved by the European Parliament on 4 February 2014 aim to make it easier for online providers to get licences to stream music ...
German law restricting Google news not admissible: EU Court
A German provision stopping Google search from using newspaper snippets without publisher authorisation must be disregarded as it was not notified to the ...
Update to EU film and video rules to promote European films
An update for EU audiovisual rules outlined by the Commission Wednesday looks to promote European films as well as protect children and tackle hate speech with ...
ECJ: Swedish sanctions for gaming adverts cannot discriminate against EU operators - Industry calls on Swedish government to adapt legislation to EU market reality
Today, the European Court of Justice (ECJ) rendered a preliminary ruling addressing questions relating to the compliance of Swedish gaming legislation with the ...
Social media record on removing hate speech improves
IT companies removed around 70% of illegal hate speech notified to them, according to an evaluation of the EU Code of Conduct on countering illegal online hate ...
Legal framework for mobile TV
This communication presents examples of EU Member States’ regulatory best practice for mobile TV networks and services. It covers the authorisation models for ...
A profile of current and future audiovisual audiences
Nearly 70% of Europeans download or stream films for free, whether legally or illegally, according to a new European Commission study on audience behaviour. It ...
New EU Copyright Directive
The European Parliament, EU Council and the Commission found a political agreement on 13 February to make the copyright rules 'fit for digital era' in Europe ...
EU Alerts

EUbusiness Week no. 851
Time to speed up climate action
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The Week Ahead no. 453
Situation in the Gulf and Iran - implementing Basel III - support for former Carrefour Belgium workers - 2020 EU Budget

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