Media Freedom Act: speed despite criticism

What the EU Commission proposed last year with its European Media Freedom Act has already drawn some criticism. And there was also censure at the Culture and Education Committee, CULT. “We make very strong regulations for the internal market, but we don’t say a word about transnational structures. Regarding media concentration, for example, the focus is always on the national market,” criticized rapporteur Sabine Verheyen (CDU) on Tuesday. This would also include online platforms as media aggregators.

Continue reading now

… and get free access to this Professional Briefing for a month.

Are you already a guest at the Europe.Table? Log in now


    TSMC in Dresden: semiconductors for the automotive industry
    Foreign subsidies: Implementation of EU rules causes trouble
    Five years of the GDPR: No anniversary party
    Timmermans: EU could reach climate target of 58 percent