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A brand new Board for EPRA
posted on 05 June, 2023   (public)
Continuity and change to help EPRA fulfill its mission  From left to right: Valentin-Alexandru Jucan; Stephanie Comey; Mari Velsand; Maria Donde; Stanislav Matějka   Photo © Ketil Blom Elections of the entire EPRA Executive...
EPRA Work Programme 2023 adopted
posted on 06 February, 2023   (public)
The future of media & regulation in the spotlight The Executive Board approved EPRA's Work Programme for 2023 on 25 January. The endorsement took place after a round of consultation with EPRA members and integrates the input collected from the membership...
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...

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Ofcom: call for evidence on research to categorise regulated services
posted on 18 July, 2023   (public)
Preparing to regulate Online Safety On 11 July 2023, Ofcom published a call for evidence on the research it needs to carry out to prepare advice for the UK Government on categorising regulated services under new Online Safety laws. The Online Safety Bill, which is...
MPM 2023: Media Pluralism Monitor published
posted on 06 July, 2023   (public)
This year's overall results show a continuity with previous mappings despite an increase of the risk associated with market plurality        The Media Pluralism Monitor (MPM) is a project co-funded by the European Union and...
Reuters Digital News Report 2023: a declining engagement and an uncertain business environment
posted on 04 July, 2023   (public)
Online platforms: inevitable partners in the battle for attention? The 12th edition of the Reuters Digital News Report was released on 21 June 2023. It covers 6 continents and 46 markets and emphasises the complex platforms environment and the shift in behaviour...