29 September 2016

Today citizens have access to audiovisual content on an increasing variety of devices and on different platforms. Developments are changing audiences’ consumption patterns as well as the value chain, structuring the overall audiovisual offer and influencing users’ access to content.

#EIFAsks: How to ensure access to pluralistic and vibrant content in Europe?

To look into this issue deeper EIF & Sabine Verheyen MEP hosted a debate with broadcasters, content creators and distributors.
#EIFAsks Which adjustments are necessary to existing rules in the Audiovisual Media Services Directive to ensure that citizens will continue to enjoy a diverse and pluralistic European content offer?



  • 53:03 The Data Act – opportunities and challenges towards a fair and innovative data economy
  • 44:42 The new EU Cyber resilience Act and Europe’s Digital autonomy
  • 40:59 The EU Artificial Intelligence Act: increasing transparency & apps in the cultural & creative sector

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