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News - 16 Nov 2018
IPI World Congress heads to Geneva in partnership with EBU 
The International Press Institute (IPI), the global network of editors, media executives and leading journalists for press freedom, has announced that its 68th World Congress and General Assembly will be held in Geneva, Switzerland from June 4 to 6, 2019 in partnership with the EBU.
Blog - 16 Nov 2018
50 Ways to Make it Better 
As the world becomes more and more polarised, with populist parties tapping into people’s mounting distrust in institutions, journalism has become an increasingly risky business.
Speech - 13 Nov 2018
BBC DG Tony Hall's keynote address to News Xchange 2018 
It’s great to be here to start what I hope will be 48 hours of debate about the future of news. I want to begin today not with the big picture but with a small one. And here it is.
Press release - 12 Nov 2018
EBU News report highlights 50 ways to enhance trust in public service journalism 
A new EBU report suggests that journalistic organizations should defend themselves when they are attacked to help build engagement and trust in public service journalism. "EBU News Report 2018 - 50 ways...
Press release - 08 Nov 2018
FIFA and EBU extend 'Other FIFA Events' cooperation until 2022 
FIFA and the EBU have extended their long-standing collaboration on all “Other FIFA Events” until 2022.
Press release - 07 Nov 2018
42 Countries will ‘Dare to Dream’ in Tel Aviv at 64th Eurovision Song Contest 
The European Broadcasting Union (EBU) is excited to announce that 42 Members will compete to win the coveted Eurovision Song Contest trophy in Tel Aviv in 2019. The 64th Contest, organized by the EBU and...
News - 05 Nov 2018
EBU's Investigative Journalism Network helps strengthen Members' public service journalism 
The EBU's Investigative Journalism Network started as a pilot project in 2017 and has grown rapidly over the past 12 months. It's a key part of the EBU's Public Service Journalism Initiative. With the...
News - 29 Oct 2018
EBU hosts more collaborative software projects 
With software playing an increasingly central role in the offer of public service media organizations, the EBU has expanded the tools it offers to support the developer community. Over the past few years, the number of EBU activities that involve at least some element of software development has increased significantly.
News - 25 Oct 2018
Licence Fee has never been better value 
Licence fees across Europe have never been better value. On average, the annual licence fee is 35-euro cents per day – far cheaper than most European pay-TV subscriptions.
News - 25 Oct 2018
EBU expresses concern about governance of ERSL 
The EBU has written to the Prime Minister of Luxembourg following concerns about the governance and independence of public service radio in the country.