In 2022, the policy landscape shifted dramatically for public service media with the conclusion of the Digital Services Package and launch of the European Media Freedom Act. The EBU's Legal & Policy team was there, each step of the way, informing Members and advocating for their interests towards the EU Institutions. Below you can find the top 10 downloads of our policy positions and statments. We have also compiled a list of the top 10 articles from the Legal & Policy team.
The EBU's contribution concerns public service media governance, transparency on media ownership as well as the protection of journalists.
As EU ministers discuss the draft regulation on European production and preservation orders for electronic evidence in criminal matters.
Public service media generate substantial social and cultural value with the use of the radio spectrum.
The media sector reminds lawmakers that, without the proper DSA policies in place, platforms will to have free rein on what content is seen by who.
In the final negotiations of the Digital Services Act, the EBU highlights our priorities to make this legislation fulfil its goal.
As the DSA negotiations conclude, we share a final call to safeguard freedom of expression online as well as the sustainability of digital editorial media offerings.
We would like to underline the necessary steps forward to ensure that the DMA's objective is achieved.
As the Digital Services Act (DSA) reaches its final phase, Europe’s media sector reaches out to negotiators with the aim of ensuring that our activities can not only survive, but thrive online.
The EBU urges negotiators to protect the current agreement on how to use the lower UHF band.
As the European Commission prepares its European Media Freedom Act, the EBU has submitted its input to the public consultation.
To learn more about our policy initiatives and stay on top of the media-related developments at EU-level, visit us at the Legal and Policy website.