Further to a large consultation, the EPRA Executive Board approved the final Work Programme on 4 February in Zagreb. EPRA’s annual WP aims to enhance transparency for members and external stakeholders of EPRA’s priorities and work for 2016.
The Board has reflected on the suggestions collected through the call for topics and integrated them in the work programme, balancing out the interests and concerns of regulators from small and big markets, from EU and non-EU.
The Board has also considered the complementarity with the activities of other networks, such as ERGA, and has aimed to avoid overlap while building on specificities and making best use of synergies. With this in mind, the current programme is built on what the Board believes to be EPRA’s main strengths, namely a mix of:
The 52 regulatory authorities which are members of EPRA will meet twice this year in Barcelona on 25-27 May 2016, at the invitation of the Catalan Audiovisual Council (CAC) and in Yerevan on 19-21 October 2016 at the invitation of the Armenian National Commission on TV and Radio.