Stay informed about what's going on at the EBU and across our member community. EBU Update is our general newsletter that brings you the top news, events, guides, programming and more from Europe's public service media. This newsletter is sent out twice a month.
Our monthly newsletter showcases the activities of EBU Media department which serves our Member community with content exchanges, co-productions, trainings, strategic support and more. It shares highlights from the previous month and looks forward to future activities.
Big Data represents a tremendous opportunity to drive the transformation of Public Service Media (PSM) in Europe and strengthen its relationship with today’s audiences. This is why we have launched the EBU Big Data Initiative, which aims to create a community of EBU members to work together to leverage its potential, identifying concrete ways of moving forward. Our initiative focuses on four key subjects : audience measurement, media content, recommendation systems and trusted data principles.
This EBU members’ newsletter provides updates every six weeks of EBU Big Data Initiative developments and workshops, as well as insights by experts and information about interesting external events.
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Eurovision Academy is the EBU’s professional educational center. Our courses are based on the operational realities that EBU Members face every day. They are designed to boost the skills of all media professionals, from the journalists in the field to the top executives.
The Academy capitalizes on the extensive know-how and experience within the EBU and on a thorough analysis of external markets trends.
Stay up to date with all the news about the Eurovision Creative Forum 2016. The event will take place on 12 September 2016 in Berlin.
The Eurovision Creative Forum showcases the most innovative and engaging programme formats from public service content from Europe and beyond. Programme-makers from world leading public service broadcasters will meet to screen the best new TV formats and discover more about the development of each show.
What happens in Brussels does not stay in Brussels. More often than not, new EU laws mean game-changing rules for the whole of Europe – including for the media and audiovisual sector.
Subscribe to EURO-INFO for regular updates on EU policies which matter for EBU members. Under the Digital Single Market framework, EU legislation will be shaping the future of copyright, media regulation, spectrum management and many other key issues for public service media.
Eurovision Connect 2016 will take place on 19-20 May in Prague celebrating its 20th anniversary.
Eurovision Connect Awards are always an important part of the conference. The submission period will begin in January. We will keep you informed. Looking forward to seeing you in this beautiful city for this special edition!
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Our newsletter is music to the ears (and eyes) of EBU Radio Members, Associates and Approved Participants. In a few concise paragraphs, they have everything they need to know about upcoming meetings and events organized by the Music Group, but also interesting titbits about music events and personalities in Members’ countries.
Features in the Music Group Bulletin include items as varied as a reminder about the Euroradio Summer Festivals, a call for archive recordings in connection with a composer or performer anniversary, an explanation of why Beethoven’s Ninth holds a special place in Japanese music-lovers’ hearts and an introduction to the Euroradio Premium Concerts.
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Discover best practices and methodologies to assess and communicate the societal impact of public service media (PSM).
Stay up-to-date with the EBU’s PSM Contribution to Society (PSM-C2S) project, which explores the mindset, tools and actions needed for EBU Members to develop a new narrative about their impact and eventually renew their corporate strategy, focusing on delivering value for society.
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