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News - 19 Dec 2013
Armenian Radio launches EBU supported youth portal 
Public Radio of Armenia has launched a web portal, with the help of the EBU, that will connect producers and audiences of radio programmes targeted at young people across Europe...
Press release - 18 Dec 2013
Malta confirmed host for Junior Eurovision Song Contest 2014 
Maltese broadcaster and EBU Member Public Broadcasting Services (PBS) will host the 2014 Junior Eurovision Song Contest (JESC).    PBS returned to the contest after a two-year break, choosing Gaia Cauchi...
12 Dec 2013
EBU builds bridges between minority broadcasters in Balkans 
Journalists and editors serving national minorities in the Western Balkans held an EBU sponsored regional conference to exchange experiences and build bridges between the region’s public service broadcasters.
News - 12 Dec 2013
Vatican Radio curates photo exhibit on Why Poverty? 
In follow up to the Why Poverty? project, launched by EBU in partnership with Why Poverty? in 2012, Vatican Radio is pursuing its commitment to raise public awareness through a photo exhibition.
11 Dec 2013
Eurovision Song Contest invites audience scrutiny 
EBU has launched a pan-European survey to deliver an even greater Eurovision Song Contest (ESC). Around 5,000 people, aged 16 and older, will be randomly selected to participate in the study...
News - 06 Dec 2013
European public broadcasters condemn excessive funding cuts 
The EBU General Assembly has unanimously adopted a statement denouncing disproportioniate cuts imposed on European public service media, focusing on a recent 20% downsizing of Icelandic broadcaster RUV.
News - 05 Dec 2013
Finnish broadcaster invites EBU Community to INPUT 2014 
  The Finnish Broadcasting Corporation (YLE), an EBU Member, is inviting the public broadcasting community to INPUT 2014, taking place from 12 to 15 May in Helsinki. INPUT is the world’s biggest international...
04 Dec 2013
Junior Eurovision Song Contest winner feted in Malta 
The winner of this year's Junior Eurovision Song Contest Gaia Cauchi has been nominated for the Gieh ir-Republika – Malta's highest honour following Saturday's competition at the National Palace of Arts Ukraine in Kyiv.
News - 04 Dec 2013
RAI award open to young investigative journalists 
EBU's Italian Member RAI is looking for young journalists, under the age of 31, to enter the Roberto Morrione competition. The prize is dedicated to the memory of the RAI investigative journalist Roberto...
03 Dec 2013
The first Eurovision Film Week opens across Europe 
Eurovision Film Week officially opened across Europe this week with EBU Members devoting significant portions of their broadcasting schedules to European cinema.