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EPRA back in Barcelona to discuss future challenges and best practices
posted on 06 June, 2016   (public)
EPRA back in Barcelona to discuss future challenges and best practices Photo courtesy of CAC©   EPRA was back to Barcelona for its 43rd meeting which took place from 25 to 27 May 2016 at the invitation of the Catalan Audiovisual Council (CAC). About 175 delegates...
EPRA's Work Programme for 2016 adopted
posted on 12 February, 2016   (public)
EPRA's Work Programme for 2016 adopted   Further to a large consultation, the EPRA Executive Board approved the final Work Programme on 4 February in Zagreb. EPRA’s annual WP aims to enhance transparency for members and external stakeholders of EPRA’s...
EPRA meets in Nuremberg to discuss the future of the digital media ecosystem
posted on 10 November, 2015   (public)
EPRA meets in Nuremberg to discuss the future of the digital media ecosystem The 42nd EPRA meeting took place in Nuremberg, Germany, from 28 to 30 October 2015 at the joint invitation of the German regulators. On this occasion, about 150 delegates representing the totality...

EPRA News

EPRA-Cullen International Event on Connected TV Highlights Regulatory Challenges
posted on 08 May, 2012   (public)
A landmark EPRA and Cullen International event on the future of television and the regulatory framework required to support connected TV - where TV broadcast services come together with on-demand video and internet services on smart TVs or other devices - was held in Brussels...
EPRA - Cullen International Workshop: Policy and regulatory challenges of Connected TV
posted on 26 March, 2012   (public)
EPRA and Cullen International are jointly organising a workshop on Policy and Regulatory Challenges of Connected TV. On 3 May 2012 EU decision makers, national media regulators and industry stakeholders will gather to discuss the policy and regulatory challenges raised by...

Regulation News

BAI (IE): A sustainability roadmap for the Irish broadcasting sector
posted on 05 February, 2021   (public)
Towards a green, inclusive, and resilient audiovisual sector: the BAI’s call for a sustainable future   The next years will be crucial to fight the climate change crisis and its environmental, social and economic impacts. Against this background, the Broadcasting...
Stereotypical or non-typical? KRRiT reports on women in Polish TV Series
posted on 25 January, 2021   (public)
Polish TV series reflect societal stereotypes with an improved presence of women but essentially in typical roles Based on the belief that media is a key area to shape social perceptions and building on the development by ERGA of uniform indicators to measure the presence of...
Better Internet for Kids: third edition of the policy mapping
posted on 08 January, 2021   (public)
Despite some fragmentation in the policy process and greater complexity in terms of implementation, the BIK Map shows positive progress in the implementation of the European Strategy for a Better Internet for Children Launched for the first time in 2015, the Better Internet...