Commercial broadcasters are warning that proposals by the European Commission to impose cross-border levies will lead to less localisation by broadcasters and fewer jobs in the sector.
The Association of Commercial Television in Europe has welcomed plans by the European Commission to tackle the issue of online piracy.
The Association of Commercial Television in Europe (ACT) has appointed Agnieszka Horak as its new Director of Legal and Public Affairs.
The Association of Commercial Television in Europe (ACT) has announced that Guillaume de Posch, Co-CEO of RTL Group, has been unanimously elected president of the ACT by the General Assembly.
WATCH VIDEO. Television is the social medium. People watch it together, either with friends and family in the same room or in the company of their social networks online via tablets, smartphones and laptops.
Commercial broadcasters have backed the EU’s adoption of an Action Plan on the better enforcement of Intellectual Property.
For every minute spent on YouTube, Europeans spend one hour watching television, according to a grouping of professional bodies.
European commercial broadcasters and television sales house are taking advantage of World Television Day 2012 to accentuate the role of linear broadcasting.
European commercial broadcasters contribute €15 billion annually by investing in programme content in the digital economy, according to a new study Audiovisual Content and Online Growth.
The increasing amount of cross border content distribution means there is no need for regulatory intervention, says the Association for Commercial Television.