Serving content professionals within our Member organizations
EBU Media supports Members with distinctive public service media content and guides them to reach out and connect with all audiences
This ranges from our 24/7 exchanges for news, music and children's programmes through to our Eurovision shows. We serve the community of content experts in EBU Members via strategic support, co-creation and exchanges, networking and best practice, and media partnerships.
We ensure your newsroom always has access to a rich diversity of news items - around 120 every day - provided by trustworthy, reliable sources. Moreover, we clear eyewitness media to provide our Members with a rich source of news and sports news footage from around the world.
With around 3,000 concerts by both leading and emerging artists shared every year, this is the world's largest offer of live music. Covering all genres from classical and opera to folk, jazz, world, rock, pop and dance, we provide access to prestigious concerts and performances from venues across the globe to enrich the diversity and quality of broadcasters' music offer.
Our Members are working together to produce content aimed at young audiences and families which helps demonstrate the rich cultural diversity offered by PSM. The EBU Content Fund has been developed to assist this. The Eurovision Live Events offer Members over 13 hours of exciting live programming bringing broadcasters together and connecting audiences across the globe.
Connect with other Members and media experts through our:
During this second online session in 2020, participating countries in the Notturno night-time programme will assess the current challenging situation in terms of live recording content, explore new editorial possibilities and compile the best collective ideas on logistical and structural output. Chaired by Alina Velea (Romania) with the active participation of the BBC Notturno Editorial Team.
The Potsdam Summit, organized by the EBU Culture Group, is normally held in the context of Prix Europa. This year, on account of the pandemic, we will host the debate online.
We support our Members in identifying and understanding some of the key strategic challenges for PSM content today, such as digital transformation, fighting fake news, connecting with all audiences or investing in latest trends in content development. In order to do this, we produce workshops, benchmarking, consultations and recommendations about topics predefined together with our Members. Outcomes of these exercises can often be found on our publications.