Audiovisual

Communiqué – 14.02.2019 – KEA delivers an analysis on opportunities for the audiovisual sector to benefit from a wider range of EU programmes

The European Commission DG CNECT contracted KEA to provide a mapping of existing EU programmes accessible to the audiovisual (AV) sector beyond Creative Europe. Entitled “Towards an integrated vision for the European Digital Media Sector”, this new research paper provides a timely contribution to the debates on the next EU Multiannual Financial Framework and future … Continued

KEA to review market access of European Audiovisual Works on media channels

KEA will be working on a study commissioned by the European Commission (EC) DG Connect to identify and analyse the impact of the Audiovisual Media Services Directive (AVMSD) for the promotion of European films and other audiovisual works. The AVMSD governs EU-wide coordination of national legislation on all audiovisual media, both traditional TV broadcasts and … Continued

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Culture Forum Special Edition – KEA Newsletter

KEA Newsletter THE INDEPENDENTS’ VOICE Issue 47 – April 2016 The impact of cultural investment in Cities and Regions KEA is acting as scientific coordinator of the EU-funded project “Culture for Cities and Regions”, working together with Eurocities and ERRIN (networks representing respectively over 130 cities and more than 90 regions in Europe). This 3-year … Continued

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Open letter to the President of the European Commission – The New Digital Age – Reshaping Europe’s Destiny

OPEN LETTER TO THE PRESIDENT OF THE EUROPEAN COMMISSION Mr Jean-Claude Juncker The New Digital Age – Reshaping Europe’s Destiny A digital single market to foster excellence and diversity, or how to fall in love with the digital single market. The new European Commission has rightly identified the development of the digital market as a … Continued