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Old world’s new strategy

From last year's foreign-language Oscar champ "The Counterfeiters" to Palme d'Or winner "The Class," Europe's system of subsidies and quotas has played a central role in getting countless projects…

Latest EU film initiative focuses on exports

From last year's foreign-language Oscar champ "The Counterfeiters" to Palme d'Or winner "The Class," Europe's system of subsidies and quotas has played a central role in getting countless projects…

Network shows see on-demand growth

On-demand Internet offerings of network shows have grown 600% in the past year, despite a complex distribution labyrinth and fragmented monetization opportunities, according to media analysts Gartner.

Broadcaster protection treaty in limbo

Plans for an international broadcaster protection treaty are in limbo after negotiations broke down in Geneva.

Blu-ray prices set to fall

Holiday prices for Blu-ray players may tumble to about $150 thanks to the economic downturn and competition from download services, analysts ABI Research have warned.

Europe to monitor media traffic

Plans to monitor the way Europeans access and consume television, film, computer games, the Internet, and advertising were confirmed Friday by the European parliament.

Broadcast union issues warning over PSBs

Public service broadcasting would be threatened if the European Commission's planned reforms came into force, the European Broadcasting Union has warned.

EU urges Turkey to improve press freedom

Turkey will never realize its dream of joining the European Union until it improves press and media freedoms, a stern European Commission report said Wednesday.

Euro Commission to increase PSBs’ flexibility

The European Commission on Tuesday unveiled proposals designed to provide more flexibility for public service broadcasters as they meet the challenges of the fast-changing media environment…

Age trumps technology in TV trends

TV and video market growth is limited more by the age of consumers than by technological limitations, according to a new report by ABI Research.

France clashes with EU over piracy effort

France is on a collision course with the EU after the French Senate overwhelmingly voted for an Internet piracy law that directly contradicts European Parliament legislation.

Broadband subscriptions up 14% in Europe

Broadband subscribers in rich nations reached 251 million by June, an increase of 14% from June 2007, according to figures released Wednesday.