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36th EPRA Meeting in Jerusalem cancelled
posted on 22 November, 2012   (public)
Owing to the recent events in Israel and the cancellation of many participants, the EPRA Executive Board cancelled, on 21 November, the 36th EPRA meeting which was due to be held from 28 to 30 November 2012 in Jerusalem at the invitation of the Second Autority for Radio and...
Take a virtual visit of EPRA!
posted on 14 September, 2012   (public)
You are invited to take a virtual visit of EPRA and learn more about its composition, functioning and activities. Presentation of EPRA
EPRA Annual Work Programme 2012 adopted
posted on 06 February, 2012   (public)
After a wide-ranging consultation process, the EPRA Board approved the final programme during its Executive Board meeting which took place on 6 February 2012 in Zagreb.

EPRA News

Newly established EPRA MIL Taskforce publishes guidance document
posted on 11 June, 2018   (public)
Top Tips on how to set up a national Media Literacy Network A new Taskforce for Media Literacy, established by EPRA, met for the first time on the eve of the 47th EPRA meeting which took place on 23-24 May 2018 in Luxembourg. Delegates from 22 EPRA members have already joined...
EPRA to convene in Luxembourg for its 47th Meeting
posted on 15 May, 2018   (public)
Key challenges for democracy will feature on EPRA's agenda The detailed Agenda for the 47th EPRA meeting, which will take place on 23-25 May in Luxembourg, is now available. This closed event, hosted by ALIA, the audiovisual regulatory authority in Luxembourg, will gather...
Chairperson's Report for 2017
posted on 02 March, 2018   (public)
Assessing progress against EPRA's strategic goals and objectives The meeting of the EPRA Executive Board on 2 February 2018 in Munich was the occasion to adopt the EPRA Annual Work Programme, which lays out EPRA’s priorities and anticipated work for 2018.  It...

Regulation News

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...
Human rights impacts of algorithmic systems: an invitation to comment
posted on 24 July, 2019   (public)
The Steering Committee on Media and Information Society (CDMSI) of the Council of Europe invites the public to comment the Draft Recommendation of the Committee of Ministers to member States on the human rights impacts of algorithmic systems that is meant to be adopted by the...