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Join the ERGA/EMIL event on media literacy
posted on 27 October, 2022   (public)
       ERGA/EMIL (EPRA) Joint Event The European Regulators Group for Audiovisual Media (ERGA) and EMIL, the Media Literacy taskforce of the European Platform of Regulatory Authorities (EPRA), have the pleasure to invite you to their joint event: ...
EPRA convenes in Antalya for 56th meeting
posted on 12 October, 2022   (public)
EPRA members meet to address topical regulatory challenges    The 56th EPRA meeting is taking place on 12-14 October 2022 in Antalya. This closed event, hosted by the RTÜK, the Radio and Television Supreme Council of Türkiye, will gather about 150...
EPRA and the University of Vienna's Comms Policy Collaborative reap the first benefits from their partnership initiative
posted on 13 September, 2022   (public)
Building strong connections between researchers and regulators for an effective and sustainable regulation The European Platform of Regulatory Authorities (EPRA) and the Comms Policy Collaborative (CPC) in the Department of Communications at the University of...

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Two new members for the French CSA
posted on 29 January, 2015   (public)
Two new members for the French CSA On 26 January, the President of the French Republic appointed two new members of the French Conseil supérieur de l'audiovisuel (CSA): Nathalie Sonnac, who was nominated by the head of the National Assembly. She is inter alia...
Protection of Minors: Norway adopts platform independent legislation
posted on 06 January, 2015   (public)
Protection of Minors: Norway adopts platform independent legislation During a second reading which took place on 15 December 2014, the Norwegian Parliament adopted a new law on the protection of minors against harmful content in audiovisual programmes. The Ministry of...
Digital Radio Switchover envisaged for 2024 in Switzerland
posted on 16 December, 2014   (public)
Digital Radio Switchover envisaged for 2024 in Switzerland By 2024 all radio programme services are to be broadcast only digitally in Switzerland, mainly on DAB+ platforms. This is the goal of the radio industry, which will cease analogue VHF (FM) broadcasting of its...