MEPs vote for more European TV on our screens

By |oktober 2nd, 2018|Amazon, Audiovisual Media Services Directive, audiovisual policy, digital platforms, European television, European TV, media, Netflix, News, online platforms, television|

MEPs at the European Parliament backed plans on Tuesday (2 October) to ensure that at least 30 per cent of content provided by online media platforms such as Amazon and Netflix is European.

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Broadcasters face new levies to fund European films and TV

By |april 27th, 2018|Audiovisual Media Services Directive, audiovisual policy, broadcasting, film industry, Mariya Gabriel, media policy, Netflix, News, streaming, television|

Broadcasters could be forced to pay into national funds to support European film and TV productions in any EU country, even if they’re based in a different member state, negotiators on an audiovisual media bill have agreed.

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Gabriel to meet with media regulators over gender stereotypes in TV & film

By |marec 8th, 2018|audiovisual policy, Cybersecurity, Digital skills, fake news, Mariya Gabriel, media policy, News|

EU Digital Commissioner Mariya Gabriel announced that she will meet with national audiovisual regulators from around the bloc to discuss possible ways to combat negative stereotypes about women in television and film.

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MEPs raise Netflix quota to 30% and sharpen rules on violent online posts

By |april 26th, 2017|audio-visual, Audiovisual Media Services Directive, audiovisual policy, Digital Single Market, hate speech, Netflix, News, online platforms, Petra Kammerevert, Sabine Verheyen, video on demand|

Netflix and other video-on-demand platforms could be required to include a minimum 30% of European content—more than the Commission's proposed 20% quota, if new broadcasting rules follow a report approved yesterday (25 April) by MEPs in the Culture Committee.

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