The EBU has issued a last-ditch appeal to the Bosnian & Herzegovinian authorities to save public service broadcasting in their country.
The EBU has elected the remaining nine executive board members who the lead the EBU community for the next two years.
Public service media (PSM) organisations need copyright licensing systems which allow them to respond to citizens’ expectations in the EU Digital Single Market.
The European Parliament’s industry committee has voted to maintain digital terrestrial television in the sub 700MHz band until at least 2030.
The EBU has expressed its concern over proposals to abolish the licence fee in Romania. It’s part of a broader plan to reduce taxes ahead of upcoming elections.
The EBU has announced the conclusions of a study examining the Polish Interim Broadcasting Act of December 2015.
EBU Legal Director Richard Burnley has called on all countries to introduce lists of major events that should be broadcast on free-to-air television.
The European Broadcasting Union (EBU) has expressed deep concerns about the threat to Croatia’s HRT by plans to make a reduction in the receiver licence fee part of negotiations to form a new government.
The EBU has strongly condemned a grenade attack against Radio Television of Kosovo (RTK) on Monday, August 22.
TV and radio are the most trusted media sources in Europe, according to research undertaken by the EBU’s Media Intelligence Service.