Trilogue negotiations on the e-evidence proposal European media and journalists, civil society groups, professional organisations and technologycompanies call on decision makers to protect fundamental rights Dear European Parliament’s Rapporteur and Shadow Rapporteurs, Dear Members of the Working Party on Cooperation in Criminal Matters (COPEN), We, the undersigned organisations, are writing to you to underline […]
The Association of European Radios (AER) is the Europe-wide trade body for commercial radio, representing the interests of companies operating over 5,000 commercial radio stations to the EU Institutions. AER promotes the development of commercially-funded radio broadcasting in Europe, by ensuring a fair and sustainable economic framework for radio so it can continue to thrive. […]
Europe has announced that it will be stepping up its efforts in the fight against online disinformation and publish guidance to strengthen the Code of Practice on disinformation. We call on the Commission to enshrine the following CONFIDENCE building measures in the upcoming Guidance. This is an opportunity for the EU to deliver high standards, effective monitoring and […]
Commercial radio provides significant social and public value, reaching large and diverse audiences across Europe. Its mix of music, news, entertainment and speech is highly valued by listeners who constantly identify radio as the most trusted medium in Europe. Political advertising on radio and other broadcast platforms must follow strict regulatory obligations adopted at national […]
We, at AER, welcome the timely publication of the public consultation on the New Competition Tool (NCT) as we believe it can address the current underlying issues of EU Competition law in the digital world. Read AER’s submission here.
Commercial radio provides significant social and public value. Radio reaches large audiences for long periods of time with a mix of music, news, entertainment and talks; an input that is highly-valued by audiences with radio found to be the most trusted medium in Europe. Given its influential role toward public opinion, radio is tightly regulated […]
AER submits its response to the Digital Services Act consultation and calls the European Commission to consider the adoption of a meaningful ex ante regulatory framework to address the growing dominance of large online platforms. Read AER’s submission here and the executive summary of its position here.
January 2018 – Against “Fake News”: Radio’s Pivotal Role against Disinformation “Fake News”, i.e. the deliberate disinformation of people on the internet, especially via social media as these enable easier and wider spreading of information, has become a major problem for democratic societies. Radio is a key asset to counteract this development: it is impervious […]
14 June 2013 – AER COMMENTS ON THE HIGH LEVEL GROUP ON MEDIA FREEDOM AND PLURALISM INDEPENDENT REPORT The Association of European Radios (AER) is a Europe-wide trade body representing the interests of over 4,500 commercially funded radio stations across the EU27 and in Switzerland. AER is located at: Association Européenne des Radios 76, av. […]
April 2012 – CREATIVE EUROPE – WHY RADIO SHOULD BE ALSO INCLUDED IN THE MEDIA PROGRAMME AER is located at: Association Européenne des Radios 76, av. d’Auderghem, 1040 Brussels, Belgium AER’s Interest Representative Register ID Number is 6822083232-32. I. Introduction Radio is by nature a local, regional or national medium, and there is no radio-tailored […]