The European Broadcasting Union (EBU) has expressed concerns about the increasing political pressure being placed on Lithuania’s LRT.
The Georgian parliament has approved amendments to the country’s Law on Broadcasting.
The University of Applied Sciences in Wiesbaden is to perform an evaluation into the quality and practicality of competing video codecs on behalf of the EBU.
The European Parliament (EP) has dealt a blow to the Digital Single Market (DSM) by rejecting most of the European Commission’s SatCab regulation.
The EBU has written to the chair of the Georgian House of Representatives to express concern at the plans to remove the minimum funding guarantee for the Georgian Public Broadcaster (GPB).
The EBU has announced that it is to take part in a new EU-funded project to strengthen public service media (PSM) in Albania, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Kosovo, FYR Macedonia, Montenegro and Serbia.
A team from the EBU has met with the Georgian Parliamentary Committee on Legal Issues to discuss the Georgian Public Broadcaster’s (GPB) proposed amendments to the country’s broadcasting law.
Simon Fell, the director of technology and innovation at the EBU, will leave the post when his five-year term comes to an end in February 2018.
At this year’s IBC, the European Broadcasting Union (EBU) is demonstrating techniques that address broadcaster requirements – developed by the broadcast community itself.
The EBU has entered into a formal partnership with the Digital Production Partnership (DPP), the media industry’s business change network.