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Artificial Intelligence (AI) and Data represents a tremendous opportunity to drive the transformation of public service media in Europe and strengthen its relationship with today’s audiences. This newsletter provides updates on our AI and Data Initiative, which brings together experts on audience measurement, media content, recommendation systems and proven AI-and-data strategies. Sign up to hear the about our latest developments.
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For public service media, digital transformation means adopting processes and practices that ensure they can compete, thrive and survive in a digitized world. The Digital Transformation Initiative (DTI) helps Members understand and respond to these challenges. Our newsletter keeps you updated about our work alongside industry trends, expert insights and best practices. You can also connect with our community of experts and stay informed about DTI events.
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With this newsletter, you will receive an update about our Young Audiences related services at the EBU. Learn how to deal with the tech platforms, how to better market childrens' activities and services, and how to produce engaging and value-driven programmes for kids and young adults. Children and young adults are our present and our future. By bringing together great stories and original characters that resonate with kids, we are fulfilling one of the central remits of public service media – providing distinctive, quality content for everyone.
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