|Workers' representatives||Employers' representatives|
|EURO-MEI - UNI-Europa Media - Entertainment & Arts||Association of Commercial Television in Europe (ACT)|
|International Federation of Musicians (FIM)||Association of European Radios (AER)|
|International Federation of Actors (FIA)||European Coordination of Independent Producers (CEPI)|
|European Federation of Journalists (EFJ)||European Broadcasting Union (EBU)|
|International Federation of Film Producers' Associations (FIAPF)|
The EU’s audiovisual sector – public and commercial broadcasting, and independent television and film production – employs around 700,000 people in over 130,000 companies.
These workers and employers are represented at EU level by the organisations listed above, who sit on the EU audiovisual sector social dialogue committee.
The audiovisual committee is currently focusing on:
- needs of media and entertainment workers
- skills gaps and mismatches
as part of joint project with the committee on live performance
- joint project on trends in the audiovisual labour market and new working arrangements
- how employers’ and workers’ organisations can cover these employment types
Details of audiovisual committee meetings (agendas, minutes, presentations).