• Media Online

    The EUROVISION 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. Find out more in this booklet (.PDF).

    Latest News

    13 Oct

    EBU/Polis journalism fellowship report 2014

    EUROVISION Media Online is proud to publish the second EBU/Polis journalism fellowship report. Read more
    02 Oct

    EBU Radio & Journalism conference in Baden Baden

    A two-day conference about the future of broadcast news and the challenges of reaching new and non-traditional audiences online. Read more
    01 Oct

    Social Media Workshop @ Prix Italia 2014

    Eurovision Media Online has produced a workshop for the Prix Italia about the impact and challenges of social media in the newsroom. Read more



    The EUROVISION Debate Editorial Board (EDEB) provides guidance, advice, insight and feedback about the format and content of the EUROVISION DEBATE. The Board also advises EUROVISION Media Online on editorial... Read more


    The Social Media Trends Group (SMTG) is a content-driven Group: the focus is on exploiting the opportunities provided by new platforms in order to create and deliver more relevant content using social... Read more


    The Best Practice Advisory Board (BPAB) identifies examples of innovation and efficiency for the VISION2020 best practices database. It is content driven, but also includes audience-related issues, technology,... Read more


    EUROVISION DEBATE is a groundbreaking, cross platform project that aims to bring the people of Europe together and to stimulate an international debate around key issues. It combines broadcast content with online and social media to provide high quality public service content.

    The first-ever EUROVISION DEBATE, from the European Parliament in Brussels, on 15 May 2014, was broadcast live on 55 TV and nine radio channels, and streamed on 88 websites across Europe and beyond. In a multilingual 90 minute discussion held in the European Parliament in Brussels, the candidates for the EU's top job touched on the economic crisis, Ukraine, immigration and youth unemployment.

    Work is already underway to identify themes and partners for the next EUROVISION DEBATE.

    For more information about the last EUROVISION DEBATE held in May 2014, please visit the official social networks of the project:

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Amélie Rossignol-Farjon
Brand Manager
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Madiana Asseraf
Social Media Manager

Mike Mullane
Head of Media Online

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