The EBU says its disappointed by the common approach agreed by the Council of Ministers for Articles 14-15 of the Copyright Directive.
The case of the Greek government’s decision to close the public broadcaster ERT nearly five years ago is now before the European Court of Human Rights (ECtHR) in Strasbourg.
On May 9, Chinese broadcaster Mango TV broadcast the first Semi-Final of the 2018 Eurovision Song Contest live but two performances were censored, apparently because it contained content showing gays.
The European Broadcasting Union (EBU) has said it is highly concerned by a proposed amendment to the Ukrainian Law on Public Television and Radio which threatens the editorial independence of public service media.
Vanessa O’Connor has been appointed to the new role of Director of Member Relations and Communications at the EBU.
Marco Tinnirello has been appointed the new CEO of Eurovision Media Services (EMS), the business arm of the EBU, effective July 1.
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.