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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. Media Freedom – Pilot Projects

    In 2015, the European Commission selected two projects following a call for proposals in the field of violations of media freedom and pluralism. The call, on a "European Centre for Press and Media Freedom (ECPMF)", was published in 2014 and invi ...

    Suzanne Vanderzande - 14/09/2015 - 15:12

  3. Media Literacy

    "Media literacy" allows us to interact with the media and to be active citizens. The European Commission supports the exchange of best practices on media literacy and fosters networking among stakeholders. Media literacy refers to all the techni ...

    Suzanne Vanderzande - 28/09/2015 - 10:11

  4. Cinema Expert Group- Film Heritage subgroup

    This Film Heritage subgroup, part of the Cinema Expert Group meets once a year in Brussels to exchange information and discuss best practices related to film heritage in the European Union. All Member States and Candidate Countries are invited to particip ...

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

  5. Protection of film heritage

    The European Commission encourages its member countries to cooperate in conserving and safeguarding cultural heritage of European significance – including cinema. Recommendation of the EU The Recommendation to Member States on film heritage calls for Euro ...

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

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

    replies are available below. Austria (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 ...

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

  7. Content and Media

    Information and communication technologies (ICTs) are revolutionising the development and distribution of information today, giving a unique chance to better create and market European content. The increase of convergence between traditional information a ...

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

  8. Convergence

    The transformation in the audiovisual media landscape has the potential for a new viewing experience for audiences and business opportunities for enterprises. It also poses many questions we seek answers to. Convergence can be understood as the progressiv ...

    Suzanne Vanderzande - 30/07/2015 - 15:40

  9. Media Policies

    From synergies between traditional TV and internet, till media freedom and pluralism. The media sector plays a key economic, social and cultural role in Europe.  Europe has a strong media industry, which creates growth and jobs and presents European life, ...

    Suzanne Vanderzande - 22/07/2015 - 14:38

  10. The Media Pluralism Monitor (MPM)

    The Media Pluralism Monitor (MPM) is designed to identify potential risks to media pluralism in Member States. It is based on a European Commission funded study published in 2009. The European Unionis now funding projects to simplify and test the tool so ...

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