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Take a virtual visit of EPRA!
posted on 14 September, 2012   (public)
You are invited to take a virtual visit of EPRA and learn more about its composition, functioning and activities. Presentation of EPRA
EPRA Annual Work Programme 2012 adopted
posted on 06 February, 2012   (public)
After a wide-ranging consultation process, the EPRA Board approved the final programme during its Executive Board meeting which took place on 6 February 2012 in Zagreb.

EPRA News

53rd EPRA meeting: adoption of new Statutes
posted on 25 May, 2021   (public)
 EPRA Members adopt new statutes As part of the EPRA Strategy for 2021-2023 “Sharing knowledge to embrace change” and its related work plan, EPRA members have unanimously adopted amendments of the Statutes proposed by the Executive Board further to a...
EPRA welcomes a new member: The National Audiovisual Institute of Finland
posted on 21 May, 2021   (public)
KAVI joins the EPRA network At the 53rd EPRA meeting, which was held online on 20 May 2021, EPRA members officially endorsed the membership application of the National Audiovisual Institute of Finland, KAVI.   The National Audiovisual Institute is a central governmental...
Video Sharing Platforms and promotion of Media Literacy: EPRA MIL taskforce’s reflections
posted on 01 February, 2021   (public)
A systematic and transparent approach to reporting and networks & alliances are key In line with EPRA’s commitment to reflect and promote the growing importance of Media Literacy in Europe, the EPRA Media and Information Literacy Taskforce, set up in 2018, has...

Regulation News

Twitter and the spread of 'fake news': a new study by the CSA (FR)
posted on 22 June, 2021   (public)
A qualitative and quantitative study to better understand the mechanisms behind the dissemination of dis/misinformation on Twitter Following the adoption of the French law on the fight against information manipulation in 2018, the French audiovisual media services regulator...
Media Literacy: New survey from the Norwegian regulator highlights importance of clear labelling and measures to strengthen source-critical competence
posted on 22 June, 2021   (public)
The youngest and oldest scored the worst Every two years, the Norwegian Media Authority examines the population's critical media understanding, with a view to gaining insight into how critical media understanding develops over time. In the new representative survey, the...
Understanding misinformation: Ofcom (UK) issues a series of research reports
posted on 16 June, 2021   (public)
Online harms survey, analysis of online habits, reports on misinformation and media literacy: Ofcom builds a robust evidence base to better understand how people interact with online information       On 9 June 2021, Ofcom released its annual 'Online...