Survey and data gathering to support the Impact Assessment of a possible new legislative proposal concerning Directive 2010/13/EU (AVMSD) and in particular the provisions on media freedom, public interest and access for disabled people

Abstract

The current EU rules on the independence of audiovisual media regulators (Article 30 AVMSD) have little to no impact on the actual performance of regulators, which are under the discretion of MS. […] [E]stablishment of concrete requirements have the largest potential for <em>de facto </em>safeguarding independence of regulators and thus more effective transposition of the AVMSD and the preservation of free and pluralistic media.

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Bibtex

Report{nokey, title = {Survey and data gathering to support the Impact Assessment of a possible new legislative proposal concerning Directive 2010/13/EU (AVMSD) and in particular the provisions on media freedom, public interest and access for disabled people}, author = {K. Irion}, url = {http://www.ivir.nl/publicaties/download/1798}, year = {0624}, date = {2016-06-24}, abstract = {The current EU rules on the independence of audiovisual media regulators (Article 30 AVMSD) have little to no impact on the actual performance of regulators, which are under the discretion of MS. […] [E]stablishment of concrete requirements have the largest potential for <em>de facto </em>safeguarding independence of regulators and thus more effective transposition of the AVMSD and the preservation of free and pluralistic media.}, keywords = {frontpage}, }