15 May 2013
15 May 2013
Cecilia Uddén (Foreign correspondent): what exactly did you say about SR journalists and twitter?
Cilla Benkö (Director General of Swedish Radio): I said that the goal is for our journalists to be on Twitter and to use it as part of their journalistic work.
The EBU is the world's foremost alliance of public service media organizations, with Members in 56 countries in Europe and beyond. The EBU's mission is to defend the interests of public service media and to promote their indispensable contribution to modern society.
This brochure is a declaration of our commitment.
Towards a better understanding of the film and audiovisual markets in South Mediterranean countries: Brand new report on Morocco released by Euromed Audiovisual and the European Audiovisual Observatory
18 March 2013
Speech delivered by Nicola Frank, EBU Head of European Affairs at European Parliament JURI Hearing, 18 March 2013
An all-round safety training course for journalists reporting live on conflicts, natural disasters, humanitarian crises, terrorist attacks and civil unrest. Learn to remain safe while getting your story out. Address security issues at corporate level and run the newsroom in times of crisis.
There is no question that messages, images and videos posted on social media like Facebook, Twitter or Youtube have an increasing influence on news production.
In the UK, one in five people come across a news story through a social network like Facebook or Twitter.
4 February 2013
Speech delivered by Michel Barnier, Member of the European Commission, for the Launch of the initiative “Licences for Europe” on the 4th of February 2013 in Brussels
Informed citizenship and the fundamental right to freedom of expression and information can only be guaranteed in any democratic society through media freedom and pluralism supported by the availability of high-quality, independent and impartial news.
Since the last News Assembly the Media Department has come off the drawing board and become reality. The new structure's management team and staff were put into place on 1 September 2012. The Media Department is led by Director Annika Nyberg Frankenhaeuser.