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France Télévisions and the EBU - partners of the Tour de France Femmes avec Zwift
Press release - 17 Jun 2021
France Télévisions and the EBU - partners of the Tour de France Femmes avec Zwift 
Eurovision Sport has reached an agreement with A.S.O. for the first four editions of the Tour de France Femmes avec Zwift
Journalism Under Threat – How Can It Survive the Crossfire
Speech - 16 Jun 2021
Journalism Under Threat – How Can It Survive the Crossfire 
Noel Curran delivers the BBC Lecture at the Prix Italia on how journalism can thrive, not just survive, in the digital era
Eurovision News Events to be host broadcaster for historic Biden-Putin Summit
Press release - 15 Jun 2021
Eurovision News Events to be host broadcaster for historic Biden-Putin Summit 
Eurovision News Events, in collaboration with Swiss broadcaster, RTS, is to be host broadcaster for the first-ever meeting between US President Joe Biden and Russian President Vladimir Putin.
Sveriges Radio wins the 2021 T&I Award
Press release - 09 Jun 2021
Sveriges Radio wins the 2021 T&I Award 
The winner of the EBU Technology & Innovation Award 2021 is Sveriges Radio (SR), for a project that puts public service values at the heart of automated news recommendations. The winner of the inaugural EBU Young Engineers and Researchers Award is Irene Nikkarinen, a data scientist with Finland’s Yle. The announcements were made at the 27th EBU Technical Assembly, hosted online live from Geneva.
EOC signs Memorandum of Understanding with EBU for European Games
Press release - 07 Jun 2021
EOC signs Memorandum of Understanding with EBU for European Games 
The European Olympic Committees (EOC) and Eurovision Sport have signed a Memorandum of Understanding to work towards an exclusive agreement for the 2023 and 2027 editions of the European Games.
Keeping innovation alive through the next crisis
Blog - 02 Jun 2021
Keeping innovation alive through the next crisis 
Innovation requires stable structures and long-term thinking to help entire industries overcome the dominant short-term imperatives of cost-cutting, writes Antonio Arcidiacono, EBU Director of Technology & Innocation.
EBU's response to an EC-commissioned survey on AI and Copyright
Policy Position - 02 Jun 2021
EBU's response to an EC-commissioned survey on AI and Copyright 
We have responded to a questionnaire regarding the interaction between Artificial Intelligence and the creative industries.
ÖSV extends partnership with IMG and Eurovision Sport
Press release - 01 Jun 2021
ÖSV extends partnership with IMG and Eurovision Sport 
The Austrian Ski Federation (ÖSV) has extended its media rights partnerships with IMG and Eurovision Sport until the 2026/2027 season – an extension of three years on its current deal.
Spring according to Igor: Radio series chronicles a celebrated succès de scandale
News - 31 May 2021
Spring according to Igor: Radio series chronicles a celebrated succès de scandale 
Often described as a "musical earthquake", the premiere of Igor Stravinsky's ballet The Rite of Spring in Paris in May 1913 rocked the music world as few performances before, or indeed since.
183 million viewers welcome back Eurovision Song Contest as online engagement soars
Press release - 31 May 2021
183 million viewers welcome back Eurovision Song Contest as online engagement soars 
The return of the Eurovision Song Contest (ESC), the world’s biggest live music event, was seen by 183 million viewers across 36 markets*  The Grand Final of the 65th Contest achieved, on average, a 4...