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Speech - 01 Apr 2019
Noel Curran: Radio Days Europe Speech 
Declining trust in media – what can we do?
Press release - 28 Mar 2019
EBU on SatCab: good that retransmission is modernised but it could have gone further 
The EBU is glad that a solution has been put forward for citizens to be able to receive broadcast content from abroad on over-the-top (OTT) platforms and mobile networks, thanks to the adoption of the SatCab Directive today by the European Parliament, but...
News - 27 Mar 2019
Copyright Directive in the wider context of the Digital Single Market 
Info sheet: EBU highlights the achievements and remaining points in terms of the Copyright Directive in the wider context of the Digital Single Market
Press release - 21 Mar 2019
Eurovision Sport delivers huge audiences for IBU World Championships 
The Östersund 2019 IBU World Championships drew impressive television audiences free-to-air, with 133.55 million live hours viewed across the ten days of competition.
News - 20 Mar 2019
EBU joins calls for a UN Convention to protect journalists 
The EBU has joined calls for the United Nations to tackle impunity for crimes against journalists by adopting a new Convention on their safety and protection.
News - 18 Mar 2019
EBU condemns forced entry of Serbian Member RTS 
The EBU condemns the forced entry of Serbian Member RTS by protestors and calls for constructive dialogue on independent public service media in Serbia
News - 18 Mar 2019
Young classical stars profiled by Euroradio music exchange 
Every year since 1995, the European Concert Hall Organisation (ECHO) has nominated a group of exceptional artists as its Rising Stars, who receive professional development support and present an engaging...
News - 15 Mar 2019
EBU welcomes European Parliament call to end harassment of BBC Persian journalists 
The EBU has welcomed the historic vote of the European Parliament which calls for an end to the harassment and persecution of BBC Persian journalists and their families. On March 14 the European Parliament...
News - 13 Mar 2019
Turkey reverses decision, renews media accreditation for ZDF correspondent Jörg Brase 
Jörg Brase, head of the ZDF studio in Istanbul, has been notified by Turkish authorities that his media accreditation will be renewed, following Turkey’s initial refusal to do so without citing any reasons. He left Turkey on Sunday 10 March after being given 10 days to leave the country.
News - 11 Mar 2019
ZDF correspondent expelled from Turkey 
The head of ZDF’s Istanbul studio, Jörg Brase, has left Turkey after the country declined, without justification, to renew his media accreditation.