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Conference Report: Promoting cross border circulation
av_conferentie.jpg-copy On March 3-4, 2016, the Dutch Presidency of the European Council organised a major industry conference on ‘Promoting the Cross-border Circulation of European Audiovisual Content’ in Amsterdam, The Netherlands. Tim Raats and Ilse Schooneknaep report. With European audio-visual policy at the crossroads of digitisation and globalisation, the need to re-evaluate current regulation and support mechanisms (including Creative Europe, Digital Single Market, the Audiovisual Media Services Directive) were high on the agenda ...
A New European Film and Television Culture Conference: September 9, 2015
Eurofilm Wednesday 9 September, 2015 09.00-17.30, Danish Film Institute (Bio Carl and Restaurant SULT), Gothersgade 55, 1123 Copenhagen K. Summary: What are the contours of the new European film and television culture evolving through regional collaboration, EU support mechanisms and policies for a greater European market, globalization and the digital revolution? What are the main trends for production and creative, transnational cooperation, and how are the prospects of changing the fragmented European landscape ...
Private television in Europe: Competition rules?!
MediaWeek2015_thumbnail480x360_v2 Tim Raats reports on the third bi-annual Private Television Conference, which explored the challenges involved for competition policies on a national and European level. iMinds-SMIT hosted its third bi-annual Private Television Conference at the Crowne Plaza Palace in Brussels as part of the MEDIA WEEK 2015, a series of public events which also included the International Symposium on Media Innovations and the TVX Conference. Coining ...
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