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  1. Work session 4- Transforming the traditional media sector: How to succeed in a strongly disruptive situation?

    The rise of digital has completely remodelled the media sector. Dematerialisation, new disruptive businesses, and the consumer ever more as the almighty king-maker: a revolutionised global media environment is already available on our screens. The digital ...

    Suzanne Vanderzande - 19/05/2015 - 15:13

  2. Content distribution

    Attractive content and services According to the Digital Agenda for Europe, attractive content and services need to be made available in an interoperable and borderless internet environment. Indeed, we are witnessing an explosion of ways creative content ...

    Suzanne Vanderzande - 02/03/2015 - 16:30

  3. eBooks

    For authors, publishers, booksellers and ICT companies, eBooks are a new way of reaching the public and generating new revenue streams. For readers, there are significant benefits, including the possibility to store, access and buy a large number of books ...

    Suzanne Vanderzande - 25/06/2015 - 14:20

  4. Media Freedom – Pilot Projects

    Creation of a European Centre for Press and Media Freedom The project's mission is to unite Europe’s highly fragmented media freedom community and to address media freedom violations in EU member states and beyond. Violations of press freedom will be ...

    Suzanne Vanderzande - 25/06/2015 - 17:24

  5. Protection of film heritage

    Recommendation of the EU The Recommendation to Member States on film heritage calls for Europe's film heritage to be methodically collected, catalogued, preserved and restored so that it can be passed on to future generations. EU countries are asked ...

    Suzanne Vanderzande - 02/03/2015 - 16:26

  6. 3rd Report on the Recommendation to Member States on Film Heritage

    (Österreich) DE- EN Belgium (Belgique- België) Fédération Wallonie-Bruxelles FR- EN Royal Film Archive of Belgium (RFA) EN Bulgaria BG- EN Cyprus (Kypros) EL- EN Czech Republic (Ceská Republika) CS- EN Denmark (Danmark) DA- EN Estonia (Eesti) EN Finland (Suomi) FI- EN France Germany (Deutschland) DE- EN Greece ...

    Suzanne Vanderzande - 30/01/2015 - 16:02

  7. Cinema Expert Group- Film Heritage subgroup

    All Member States and Candidate Countries are invited to participate, alongside the Secretariat of the European Economic Area, the Council of Europe and around 30 European & International professional associations in the audiovisual sector. The profes ...

    Suzanne Vanderzande - 30/01/2015 - 16:23

  8. Content and Media

    The increase of convergence between traditional information and/or cultural sources and internet has rapidly changed people's habits. This new model allows citizens to interact not only with other individuals but also with all kind of content provide ...

    Suzanne Vanderzande - 29/04/2015 - 11:30

  9. Convergence

    Convergence can be understood as the progressive merger of traditional broadcast and internet services. Internet content has entered the traditional TV screen which at the same time lost its role as unique possibility to consume audiovisual content at hom ...

    Suzanne Vanderzande - 02/03/2015 - 16:30

  10. The Media Pluralism Monitor (MPM)

    The Media Pluralism Monitor The Media Pluralism Monitor(MPM) is based on the following features: A broad notion of media pluralism that encompasses political, cultural, geographical, structural and content related dimensions; All types of media are covere ...

    Suzanne Vanderzande - 15/06/2015 - 17:59