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The European Commission on 15 October 2007 adopted a decision on the UK list of events of major importance for society to be broadcast free to air, either live ...
The EURANET European Radio Network has launched its new multilingual, interactive "community on web" Internet platform. Euranet's aim is to set up better ...
On 17 September 2008, the European Parliament launches on the Internet its own web television channel: Europarltv. From that moment, anyone in the world with ...
There are many EU policies for the promotion of culture: subsidy programmes, regulations, etc. The Commission's European Culture Portal provides information ...
Funding opportunities in the field of Media Policy: the MEDIA Programme
MEDIA is the EU support programme for the European audiovisual industry. MEDIA co-finances training initiatives for audiovisual industry professionals, the ...
Health risks from exposure to noise from personal music players - briefing
Listening to personal music players at a high volume over a sustained period can lead to permanent hearing damage, according to an opinion of the EU Scientific ...
Industrial Property Rights Strategy for Europe - guide
The European Commission adopted on 16 July two initiatives in the area of copyright. First, the Commission proposes to align the copyright term for performers ...
A prize for journalists reporting on Human Rights and Democracy - European Commission
European Parliament LUX Prize
Constructing Europe is also about supporting cultural diversity and the creative arts. At the moment when the European Union is celebrating its founding texts ...
Media policies in the EU
The audiovisual sector provides one million jobs in the European Union. It involves big commercial interests and issues of cultural diversity, public service ...
EU Strategy for Mobile TV - Frequently Asked Questions
The convergence of broadcasting, telecommunications and the Internet is creating exciting new opportunities for consumers. The European Commission is strongly ...
Laws on the distribution of content online
In 2008, the European Commission adopted a policy paper on creative content online - building on a 2006 consultation process and launching further measures to ...
Key Audiovisual and Media Policies of the European Union: eCommunications
To improve innovation and increase efficiency in the telecommunications sector, the European Union promotes increased competition through a series of ...
Key Audiovisual and Media Policies of the European Union: i2010
i2010 is the EU policy framework for the information society and media. It promotes the positive contribution that information and communication technologies ...
The European Commission and a consortium led by Courrier International (with Internazionale in Italy, Forum Polityka in Poland and Courrier Internacional in ...
Key Priorities for the EU Media and Audiovisual Policy
The key priorities of the European Commission's Information Society and Media Directorate General are to foster innovation and competitiveness in the European ...
Radio Frequency Identification Devices (RFID): Frequently Asked Questions
On 21 February 2008, the European Commission launched a consultation on Radio Frequency Identification (RFID).
Although not directed specifically at sport, many of the rules, policies and programmes of the European Union have an impact on the sports world or are of ...
Analogue terrestrial TV switch-off in the EU - briefing
Europe is leading the world in switching from analogue to digital television. The European Commission is driving a coordinated approach to the freeing up and ...
The European Commission unveiled on 9 March 2007 a consolidated text of the modernised "Television without Frontiers" Directive. After a first reading in the ...
EU Media and Audiovisual Policy
Latest news on the media and audiovisual policies of the European Union.
Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) in Europe: steps towards a policy framework - European Commission Communication COM(2007)96 final
MEPs back cross-border portability for films
MEPs gave their backing Tuesday to cross-border portability of online music, games, films and sporting events, allowing travellers to enjoy subscriber content ...
Orphan works
Orphan Works are works which are protected by copyright but whose creators cannot be identified or found. The new Directive on Orphan Works will provide ...
The European Commission published on 6 December 2016 the first evaluation of how IT companies applied the code of conduct to combat illegal online hate speech.
EDIA is the EU support programme for the European audiovisual industry. It co-finances training initiatives for audiovisual industry professionals, the ...
First report on the application of the Audiovisual Media Services Directive - guide
The European Commission has presented a report on the application of the Audiovisual Media Services Directive (AVMSD). The AVMSD enables the free circulation ...
Audiovisual and media - EU grants from the European Commission's Education and Culture DG
Social media sites slow to act on hate speech
U.S. social media such as Facebook and Twitter are taking too long to act on hate speech, the EU said Tuesday as it published an evaluation of a code of ...
Platforms proposal strikes the right balance for retailers
EuroCommerce Director-General Christian Verschueren commented on the release today of the European Commission draft regulation on standards for transparent ...
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