The European Broadcasting Union (EBU) has announced it is establishing new alliances and networks to foster collaboration between European public service broadcasters.
The European Parliament’s committee on culture and education (CULT) has officially endorsed its amendments to the Digital Services Act (DSA) proposal.
Two new reports by the European Broadcasting Union (EBU) conclude that a 5G Broadcast system could be safely introduced alongside existing DTT in the contested UHF band, and that existing broadcast towers could be used to significantly enhance the coverage and minimise the cost of rollout of this new technology.
The journalist and news editor Kate de Pury has been appointed head of EBU Moscow, effective September 2021.
Dr Florence Hartmann has been appointed the EBU’s Media Intelligence Service (MIS) manager.
Pascal Fratellia, head of football rights at the EBU since 2007, has been promoted to the newly created position of commercial director, effective September.
The EBU executive board has agreed to suspend Belarus member BTRC.
Zurab Alasania, the DG of the Ukrainian public broadcaster UA:PBC, has conceded that despite major restructuring financing remains a challenge.
The European Broadcasting Union (EBU) has elected its TV Committee, which oversees the operations of the EBU’s TV services and assists in steering the operational and strategic direction.
The EBU president Delphine Ernotte Cunci and DG Noel Curran have written to Czech Parliamentarians to urge them to protect the independence of the public broadcaster Ceska Televize (CT).