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Press release - 04 Jul 2014
Women Executives in Media: Danish broadcaster to host 2nd annual meeting 
The EBU announces today its 2nd EBU Women Executives in Media (WEM) summit will be held by Danish Member DR in Copenhagen on 3 February 2015.
News - 01 Jul 2014
Ukrainian PM confirms commitment to genuine public service media 
In Kiev, Ukrainian Prime Minister Arseniy Yatsenyuk confirmed his commitment to the rapid launch of a genuine public service broadcaster based on a merger of the EBU’s two Ukrainian Members – National Television of Ukraine (NTU) and National Radio Company of Ukraine (NRCU).
Speech - 01 Jul 2014
The Role and Remit of Public Service Media 
Speech given by EBU Director General Ingrid Deltenre
News - 01 Jul 2014
Submission call for September's COPEAM Film Awards 
Entries are being invited for this year’s Conférence Permanente de l'Audiovisuel Méditerranéen (COPEAM) awards ceremony, which will take place on 20 September 2014 in Turin as part of the 66th Prix Italia.
Press release - 28 Jun 2014
Sarajevo Concert: Europeans remember WWI and its relevance today 
European leaders, whose nations were in conflict 100 years ago, have gathered in solidarity in Sarajevo united by a programme of symbolic music presented by the Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra (VPO) and distributed by an estimated 28 TV and 24 radio broadcasters from across the European Broadcasting Union community.
News - 27 Jun 2014
New EBU executive appointments 
Jean-Paul Philippot (RTBF, Belgium) was re-elected for a fourth consecutive term as president of the European Broadcasting Union during the 72nd General Assembly in Naples.
Speech - 26 Jun 2014
Opinion: Public broadcasters leading European reflection on WWI 
Speech given by EBU Director General Ingrid Deltenre
Press release - 25 Jun 2014
Public broadcasters leading European reflection on WWI 
Public service broadcasters have a ‘particular role‘ to play in encouraging Europeans to reflect on our shared history and common values through culture.