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Press release - 14 Feb 2018
European Media Organisations express support for Swiss PSM and regional and local broadcasters 
On March 4th, Swiss citizens will decide through a public vote whether to abolish the licence fee, previously collected through the company Billag (hence the initiative’s name “NoBillag”). The current...
Speech - 02 Feb 2018
Noel Curran Keynote at Production Technology Seminar 2018 
Speech given by Noel Curran at the Production Technology Seminar, Geneva, 30 January 2018
Blog - 26 Jan 2018
What does 2018 hold for Public Service Media? 
As we say goodbye to 2017 and ease our way into 2018, now is a good time to reflect on the current state of public service media and what the next year holds for the EBU.
News - 25 Jan 2018
Dunja Mijatovic elected Commissioner for Human Rights at Council of Europe 
Dunja Mijatovic has been elected to the post of Commissioner for Human Rights at the Council of Europe.
News - 25 Jan 2018
Investigative journalism helps democracy in the Western Balkans 
Investigative journalism helps fuel democracy was the conclusion of a regional conference on the 'importance and situation of investigative journalism in Western Balkan’s PSM'.
News - 24 Jan 2018
Noel Curran defends Swiss licence fee in Le Temps 
In March, the Swiss will take to the polls to decide if they want to continue paying the annual licence fee. This is an important moment, not only for Switzerland, but for all EBU Members.
News - 22 Jan 2018
Chinese Ministry for Media visits EBU 
A delegation from SAPPRFT, the Chinese Ministry for Media, visited EBU headquarters in Geneva on Friday 19 January for talks on greater co-operation. The EBU and the Chinese media authorities have a memorandum...
News - 18 Jan 2018
International delegation examines media freedom in Croatia 
An international delegation of representatives from press freedom organisations have visited Zagreb to observe the state of media freedom in Croatia.
News - 05 Dec 2017
SEEMF event asks if media can save democracy 
‘Can media help to save democracy’ was the topic under discussion at the South East Europe Media Forum (SEEMF) in Sofia last week.
News - 28 Nov 2017
New technology set to help preserve minority groups 
Ethnic groups in the digital environment was the subject of the 28th European People's Conference hosted by the regional government of Carinthia this month.