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17 APRIL 2015

PSM Values Review: Czech Television is on the right path but bogged down by regulation

Czech Television is developing along the right path, but it is bogged down by excessive regulation. That...

17 APRIL 2015

Digital Single Market solutions in focus during EBU talks with Commission Vice-President Ansip

An EBU delegation met with Commission Vice-president Andrus Ansip on 15 April for solution-orientated...

16 APRIL 2015

Eurovision Song Contest: Conference explores 60 year influence on European society

What impact has the Eurovision Song Contest had on the European public sphere in the last six decades?...

Latest press releases

16 APRIL 2015

Eurovision Song Contest: Conference explores 60 year influence on European society

What impact has the Eurovision Song Contest had on the European public sphere in the last six decades?...

13 APRIL 2015

Spectrum: Recognition of DTT as backbone of European audiovisual model in Lamy report is vital for viewers and broadcasters

As the European Commission’s public consultation on the Lamy Report on the future use of the UHF band...

02 APRIL 2015

Spectrum: Broadcasters urge regulators to consider the future use of the UHF band with extreme caution

The ITU-R Conference Preparatory Meeting (CPM) has concluded in Geneva with a report that will be the...

Upcoming Events

20 APRIL 2015

Erfurt Pre-School Item Exchange 2015

Programmes Exchange for pre-school magazines from the whole world.

23 APRIL 2015

Lunchtime Talk: Investigative Journalism

A moderated panel discussion in Brussels followed by audience debate on how investigative journalism works in practice, and how it is evolving in today's global environment.

24 APRIL 2015

Eurovision Song Contest: 60th Anniversary Conference

To celebrate the 60th anniversary of the Eurovision Song Contest a unique conference will bring together academics who have studied the Eurovision Song Contest, commentators, past performers and those who have worked on the event, to explore the impact of the Contest on the European public sphere.