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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...
New EPRA papers on "Minors & advertising" and "Regulation of hate speech on VSP"
posted on 01 September, 2022   (public)
As a result of in-depth exchanges between experts and audiovisual regulators, EPRA publishes papers on two topical issues: Regulating hate speech on VSPs and Protecting minors from harmful online advertising   Based on the idea that a better understanding of the...

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Gambling advertising: Agcom fines social media "X" for the first time
posted on 18 April, 2024   (public)
The Twitter company was sanctioned for the first time with a fine of over 1 million euros for having spread gambling advertising on video-sharing platform X For the first time, the Italian convergent regulator Agcom has sanctioned the Twitter International Unlimited...
Elections in Slovakia: Analysis by the Slovak regulator of the narratives disseminated online
posted on 16 April, 2024   (public)
The most prevalent topics are not automatically the most viral: a new perspective on online monitoring The Council for Media Services undertook an analysis of the narratives on Facebook surrounding the early Parliamentary elections in Slovakia  to gain a better...
New Ofcom research on social media and news consumption
posted on 27 March, 2024   (public)
Research highlights the significant role played by online intermediaries in news consumption and the potential impact on news production   On 25 March, Ofcom released its latest research into media plurality online, based on three new studies into the role that...