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The European Commission presented a legislative package for the modernisation of the EU copyright rules, including a new directive on copyright in the digital single market, on 14 September 2016. Stakeholders and academics were strongly divided on the proposal. In February 2019, after more than two years of protracted negotiations, the co-legislators agreed on a new set of copyright rules, including two controversial provisions: 1) the creation of a new right that will allow press publishers to claim ...

In December 2018, the co-legislators reached an agreement on a European Commission proposal for facilitating the cross-border provision of online TV and radio content. The co-legislators agreed to extend the 'country of origin' principle to a limited set of online services, and to facilitate the licensing of retransmission services over the internet under certain conditions. Furthermore, at the request of the European Parliament, the compromise text contains new rules on 'direct injection', a process ...

Audiovisueel en mediabeleid

Infopagina's over de EU 01-11-2017

Audiovisueel beleid valt in de EU onder de artikelen 167 en 173 van het Verdrag betreffende de werking van de Europese Unie (VWEU). Het belangrijkste wetgevingsonderdeel op dit gebied is de richtlijn audiovisuele mediadiensten, die momenteel (2017) wordt herzien. Het belangrijkste EU-instrument waarmee de belangen in de bedrijfstak worden behartigd (met name de filmindustrie) is het subprogramma Media van „Creatief Europa”. In het Handvest van de grondrechten van de Europese Unie wordt opgeroepen ...

The IA clearly defines the underlying problems and the objectives of the proposed initiatives. It relies on various recent external studies, reviews and evaluations. The Commission consulted widely and the IA appears to have analysed a broad range of options and their impacts on all relevant stakeholders. However, the IA, which is very dense, is based on limited quantitative data, which the Commission openly acknowledges. It would also perhaps have benefited from a more detailed assessment of social ...

Creative Europe Programme

Briefing 14-09-2015

Creative Europe, which brings together under one roof three different culture and media-related programmes from the previous 2007-13 funding period, is designed to support the activities of the cultural and audiovisual sectors in participating countries, and generate synergies between the two sectors. Its €1.46 billion budget represents a 9% increase on the total spent in the various sub-programmes in 2007-13. Of this envelope, 31% is earmarked for culture, 56% for media and 13% for the cross-sectoral ...

We explore the definition of broadband and explain its interaction with European policy goals; analyse available data in order provide a detailed, objective and realistic picture of the broadband deployment, adoption, and usage situation in the EU from a number of different perspectives; and assess the drivers of broadband today, with particular emphasis on audiovisual and entertainment services. Measures to promote demand in general and the distribution of IPbased audiovisual content in particular ...