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EPRA Work Programme 2022 adopted
posted on 07 February, 2022   (public)
Less topics, more depth and a flexible, cooperative approach The Executive Board approved EPRA's Work Programme for 2022 on 28 January. The endorsement took place after a round of consultation with EPRA members and integrates the input collected from the...
EPRA and the University of Vienna's Comms Policy Collaborative launch their partnership initiative
posted on 02 February, 2022   (public)
EPRA and CPC to build strong connection between researchers and regulators The European Platform of Regulatory Authorities (EPRA) and the Comms Policy Collaborative (CPC) in the Department of Communications at the University of Vienna, are excited to announce their new...
EPRA Elections: Ľuboš Kukliš is new chairperson; Peter Matzneller and Stephanie Comey join the executive board
posted on 20 May, 2021   (public)
A brand new Executive Board for EPRA Elections of the entire EPRA Executive Board took place during the online plenary meeting of the 53rd EPRA meeting on 20 May 2021.   The Assembly of EPRA members unanimously elected Ľuboš Kukliš, Chief Executive at the ...

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Archiving Scheme: Irish BAI unveils successful applications
posted on 05 November, 2013   (public)
Archiving Scheme: Irish BAI unveils successful applications The Broadcasting Authority of Ireland (BAI) announced on 4 November 2013 an award of funding totalling €1.5 million to seven successful applicants under the first round of the new BAI Funding Scheme for the...
Media Literacy: German LfM reports on 2012/13 activities
posted on 05 November, 2013   (public)
Media Literacy: German LfM reports on 2012/13 activities On 31 October 2013, the Media Authority of Northrhine Westphalia (LfM) published the Media Literacy Report for 2012/13. The Report offers a comprehensive overview of the promotion activities carried out in the field of...
Digital TV switchover completed in Hungary
posted on 04 November, 2013   (public)
Digital TV Switchover completed in Hungary On 31 October 2013, Hungary turned off the analogue television signal. The television services are now fully digital. Hungary had been in a phase of simultaneous broadcasting since October 2012. The North-Western and South-Eastern...