Advertising delivers powerful economic benefits across the EU

New report finds that every Euro spent on advertising powers a seven-fold boost to GDP, encourages innovation, supports employment and helps fund vital services European advertising industry calls for moratorium on further advertising restrictions to ensure associated hidden costs can be assessed Value of advertising_Infographic The first-ever EU-wide report to isolate the economic and social […]

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“European content is at risk” says WIDER SPECTRUM GROUP – 29/02/2016

MEDIA RELEASE FOR IMMEDIATE USE The Wider Spectrum Group (WSG) met with Andrus Ansip, the European Commission Vice President for the Digital Single Market, today to urge support for creative producers and distributors of European cultural content in upcoming EU legislation on the UHF frequencies. Commenting on the outcome of the meeting WSG’s Alan March […]

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World Radio Day – (Commercial) Radio Is Here, There, In The Car, Everywhere, For You! – 13/02/2016

WORLD RADIO DAY, FEBRUARY 13TH, 2016 – (COMMERCIAL) RADIO IS HERE, THERE, IN THE CAR, EVERYWHERE, FOR YOU / JOURNEE MONDIALE DE LA RADIO, 13 FEVRIER 2016 – LA RADIO (PRIVEE) VOUS ACCOMPAGNE EN VOITURE, PARTOUT, TOUTE LA JOURNEE MEDIA RELEASE / COMMUNIQUE DE PRESSE EN On this World Radio Day, the Association of European […]

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Latvian Law on Radios Licences to Broadcast – AER Calls on Promulgation of Last Week’s Amendments – 02/11/2015

Latvian Law on Radios Licences to Broadcast – AER Calls on Promulgation of Last Week’s Amendments MEDIA RELEASE EN The Association of European Radios (AER), representing more than 4500 commercially-funded radios from all across Europe, welcomes the amendments adopted last week by the Latvian Parliament to the Latvian law on radios licences to broadcast avoiding […]

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The needs of Europe’s audiovisual, creative and cultural ecosystem should be a top priority of the EU’s Spectrum Management Policy – 22/10/2015

One year after the Lamy report’s publication and shortly before the World Radiocommunications Conference 2015, senior representatives from broadcasting, network infrastructure, trade unions, viewer groups and media organisations met in Brussels to engage with Pascal Lamy and EU Commissioner Günther Oettinger on spectrum policy and the future of Europe’s audiovisual, creative and cultural sector. BRUSSELS, […]

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