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30 Oct 2017
EBU supports GPB's proposed amends to Broadcasting Law 
An EBU team has met with the Georgian Parliamentary Committee on Legal Issues to discuss the Georgian Public Broadcaster's (GPB) proposed amendments to the Broadcasting Law.
27 Oct 2017
EBU Members mark World Day for Audiovisual Heritage 
EBU Members are marking World Day for Audiovisual Heritage today with a series of different initiatives.  The World Day for Audiovisual Heritage is an opportunity to honour the audiovisual preservation...
27 Oct 2017
EBU secures rights to PyeongChang 2018 and Tokyo 2020 Paralympic Games 
The EBU has secured the rights to the PyeongChang 2018 Paralympic Winter Games and Tokyo 2020 Paralympic Games thanks to a new deal with the International Paralympics Committee.
23 Oct 2017
EBU and EFJ call on the European Parliament to adopt report on whistleblowers 
The European Parliament has an opportunity to make a crucial statement on the protection of whistleblowers. The European Federation of Journalists (EFJ) and the EBU urge Members of the European Parliament to make this a reality and adopt the report on “legitimate measures to protect whistleblowers acting in the public interest”.
18 Oct 2017
Director of T&I Simon Fell to leave EBU next year 
Simon Fell, Director of Technology and Innovation, will leave the EBU when his term comes to an end in February 2018.
16 Oct 2017
EBU Storyboard brings radio to social 
A new tool, developed by the EBU, will now make it quick and simple for EBU Members to convert their audio clips into video content to share on social networks.
15 Oct 2017
Belarus chosen to host 2018 Junior Eurovision Song Contest 
The EBU is pleased to announce that Belarusian Member BTRC will host the 16th Junior Eurovision Song Contest (JESC) in Minsk in 2018. To ensure the longevity of the Contest and allow more time to prepare...
12 Oct 2017
Glasgow and Berlin come together to host 2018 European Championships World Broadcaster Meeting 
Representatives from some of Europe’s leading broadcasters have met in Glasgow and Berlin for a World Broadcaster Meeting ahead of the 2018 European Championships to learn more about the ongoing preparations for the inaugural multisport event.
12 Oct 2017
Licence Fee: The changing picture across Europe 
The updated Licence Fee 2017 report published by the EBU's Media Intelligence Service (MIS) illustrates the constant flux of this method of public service media (PSM) funding across Europe.
12 Oct 2017
EBU supports Bulgarian journalists in protests against political pressure 
The EBU supports Bulgarian journalists in their protest against political pressure and urges politicians to refrain from interference in journalists' work.