The EBU and OSCE presence in Albania have joined forces to facilitate discussions on the development of a new strategy for the country’s national broadcaster RTSH.
The EBU’s Executive Board has written to Bosnia and Herzegovina (BiH) authorities to express its concern at the deteriorating state of public service media (PSM) in the country.
Public Sector Media (PSM) are the largest investors in European audiovisual content, spending €18.2 billion a year.
Online streaming services including Netflix and Amazon could be required to contribute financially towards the development of European content.
The EBU has joined calls from the international community to save public service media (PSM) in Bosnia and Herzegovina (BiH).
Andrijana Kadija has been appointed the new DG of Radio Television of Montenegro (RTCG).
The European Broadcasting Union (EBU) and European Consumer Organisation (BEUC) have urged EU decision makers to give citizens the keys to enjoy more TV and radio programmes from across Europe.
EBU president Jean Paul Philippot has been appointed as a member of the Internet Governance Forum (IGF) multistakeholder advisory group.
Ingrid Deltenre has resigned as EBU DG and will step down from her role in the summer.
Romania’s TVR has become the latest broadcaster to complete the EBU’s peer-to-peer review.