The European Parliament has condemned what it describes as “the continuing deterioration of media freedom and the rule of law in Poland”.
German systems architect Qvest Media will provide consulting for the European Parliament in the strategic development of its broadcast and multimedia infrastructures.
The European Parliament has agreed on updated rules on audiovisual media services, protecting children better, with stricter rules on advertising, and 30% European content in video-on-demand.
A committee proposal to begin negotiations to update copyright laws for the digital age has been rejected by the European Parliament.
The Federation of German Consumer Organisations (vzbv) has criticised the fact that freely accessible audiovisual online content such as TV live streams or catch-up services can continue to be restricted […]
Members of the European Parliament have expressed their concerns over the setting up of a commission in Lithuania to scrutinise the public broadcaster LRT.
The European Parliament (EP) has dealt a blow to the Digital Single Market (DSM) by rejecting most of the European Commission’s SatCab regulation.
Cable Europe has once again called upon the European Institutions to stand by the original goals of the proposed Electronic Communications Code, as the European Parliament’s ITRE Committee adopted a […]
Rules surrounding the right of the consumer to view pay-TV content in any European territory have been officially approved.
EU citizens can use online services such as Netflix, HBO Go, Amazon Prime, Spotify, Deezer while in another EU country for holidays, studies or business, after the European Parliament approved […]