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The EPRA consults on annual programme for 2012
posted on 21 November, 2011   (public)
The EPRA consults on annual programme for 2012

EPRA News

Planning Media Literacy campaigns - EPRA Media Literacy Taskforce issues guidance
posted on 10 December, 2019   (public)
It is going to take longer than you think! On 19 November, the EPRA Media Literacy Taskforce issued its latest set of practical guidelines: "top tips" on planning Media Literacy campaigns.  There are plenty of examples of successful and impactful media...
EPRA meets in Athens
posted on 21 October, 2019   (public)
EPRA meets in Athens to address emerging regulatory challenges and cooperation The detailed Agenda for the 50th EPRA meeting, which will take place on 23-25 October 2019 in Athens, is now available. This closed event, hosted by the NCRT, the audiovisual...
Researching media literacy: EPRA Media Literacy Taskforce issues guidance
posted on 09 September, 2019   (public)
Media Literacy being an ever-changing process that requires constant reflection and adaptations, it is crucial that those interested in media literacy regularly conduct research into the subject  Following the work of the EPRA Media Literacy Taskforce...

Regulation News

AAAVMS publishes Report on Broadcasters’ Ownership Structure and Mergers in 2018
posted on 28 August, 2019   (public)
Report highlights that most of the Macedonian television, radio and print media outlets are owned by individuals In order to increase the transparency of media ownership structures, the National Audiovisual Regulatory Authority of the Republic of North Macedonia (the ...
Ofcom reports on the use of AI in content moderation
posted on 05 August, 2019   (public)
Artificial Intelligence: an imperfect but indispensable tool for moderation On behalf of Ofcom, Cambridge Consultants recently released a report entitled “Use of AI in content moderation” questioning the role and capabilities of automated approaches such as...
New Ofcom rules to protect people in TV and radio shows
posted on 30 July, 2019   (public)
UK regulator adds new rules to Broadcasting Code and consults on guidance to help broadcasters interpret and apply new rules In recent years, mental health and wellbeing have become subjects of concern regarding the participants of TV and radio shows. To answer these...