Parliament offers a wide range of free, up-to-date multimedia tools and services to help media cover its activities in the run-up to the European elections.
This includes streaming and embedding options; cameras and studios can also be provided for TV and radio stations.
A wealth of high-quality, ready-to-use multimedia content - from press releases and news stories to videos, infographics, photos and photo galleries is available for journalists. You can find an overview in the brochure European Parliament reporting made easy - Multimedia products and services available to journalists.
Parliament provides live transmission of plenary and committee meetings, available via satellite and online, both in broadcast and web quality. They are available at the Multimedia Centre.
It also offers services and facilities such as TV and radio studios, ENG crews, stand-up positions and photo reportages. Media can find all the information they need here (click on “Services”).
The European Parliamentary Research Service (EPRS) provides independent and objective background information and insights on all policy areas for a broad audience. EPRS studies, briefings, and fact sheets are available on the EPRS webpages and on a mobile application.
The Graphics warehouse offers a free-to-use collection of graphs, charts, tables and maps with statistical data (to be credited to the European Parliamentary Research Service). The images are based on statistical information from sources mentioned on the graphic.
Short videos on how the European Parliament and the EU work
Special accreditation election days
Journalists and broadcasters wishing to access Parliament´s premises during election days and night need to register for special accreditations. Read more: Media Advisory 15 and 23-27 May.