Providing tools, guidance and support on how to engage with audiences on connected devices
Our Media Online unit works on major strategic projects in the areas of social media, interactivity and multiplatform journalism. Our activities include the development and launch of new services to bolster the exchange of online content, knowledge and experience.
We provide Members with tools, as well as guidance and support on how to reach young audiences who are not consuming traditional radio and television. We create cross-platform, multimedia content to serve the needs of our Members and to lead by example.
Being more relevant to younger audiences is one of the recommendations of the Vision2020 report. Therefore,...
The Social Newsroom is a monthly digital magazine including best practice examples in the use of social...
The programme consists of a series of visits to the existing digital innovation labs within EBU Members. The visits are opento EBU Members working with digital innovation.
The EUROVISION Access Services Experts Group brings together broadcast professionals from access services such as subtitling, signed programs, audio description and audio subtitling which enable sensory handicapped people to access the public broadcasters all over Europe.
The launch of the Digital Storytelling Network programme by the EUROVISION Media Online team has taken place in Madrid, hosted by EBU Member and Spanish broadcaster RTVE.
The inaugural meeting of the newly formed EUROVISION Online Committee, tasked with fostering 'a digital way of doing things’ across the EBU community, took place in Madrid (14 June).