The EBU Media Summit will bring together senior executives working in the Content & Audiences communities from EBU Members to discuss the shared content strategic challenges and opportunities to reach and engage with all audiences in the currently changing media landscape.
The role of media in a changing Europe, connecting with all audiences, digital transformation in PSM, new ways of distribution and disruptive media will be some of the key topics to be discussed at the Summit.
The yearly EBU Radio, TV and Digital Assemblies will also take part under the frame of the Summit, in order to discuss platform-based topics and needs.
The EBU Media Summit at a glance:
Tim has been a journalist at VRT since 2012 and now presents Het Journaal and Panorama.
Hadja has spent 21 years as a journalist and news anchor at RTBF and also presents on Arte Belgium.
Singer/songwriter Björn has sold over 400 million records as part of Swedish superstars ABBA following their Eurovision Song Contest win in 1974. He also operates many successful businesses. Björn will offer his views on the current media landscape in Europe and the importance of public service media.
Welcome cocktail Wednesday 18 April at 18:30
Town Hall (Hôtel de Ville), Brussels
To start this year's EBU Media Summit edition, let's meet at the Hôtel de Ville of Brussels, on the Grand Place. The Town Hall of the City of Brussels is a Gothic building from the Middle Ages on the famous medieval square, considered one of the most beautiful in Europe.
Thursday 19 April at 19:00
Egmont Palace, Brussels
Built in the mid-1500s and the Palace has belonged to the city of Brussels since the mid-1900s. Today it houses the Belgian Ministry of Foreign Affairs. You will have to pass security to enter the building.
Friday 20 April at 17:00
Guided bus tour through Brussels and beer tasting.
The EBU Media Department's mission is to support Members with great content and to guide them to reach out and to connect with all audiences.
Location: Brussels, Belgium
Date: 18 - 20 Apr 2018
Register by: 10 Apr 2018
Working Languages: English
About the Registration process
Please use this link to register: Registration Link
Registration is now open, and deadline to register is Monday, 9 April at 18.00 CET.
Seats are limited and the interest in the event is high, so please note that registrations will be confirmed on a first come, first served basis.
After the deadline, please contact Caroline Sellier.
Welcome cocktail and Gala dinner are open to 140 persons on the first come, first served basis.
Hôtel Métropole, Place de Brouckère 3, Brussels - Booking link
Hôtel Warwick, Rue Duquesnoy 5 - Booking link
The Square meeting center, rue Mont des Arts, Brussels (map)