Annual Conference on European Media Law 2021


Are you interested in participating?

This year’s conference will be online between 16-18 June 2021 (morning sessions). You will discover the latest information regarding the laws and European directives about:

  • Transposition of the Audio-Visual Media Services Directive in the Members States:
  • European Commission guidelines on European works and video-sharing platforms.
  • Towards fair competition in the audiovisual sector in times of Covid-19
  • Ongoing EU policy to strengthen actions against disinformation
  • Media freedom and pluralism: the action plan on European democracy
  • EU strategy on artificial intelligence and data-sharing: impact on the media sector
  • Adoption of the Digital Services Act: new responsibilities for online platforms and social media
  • Ongoing competition law investigations affecting media companies


The participants will also get an update on the latest jurisprudence of the CJEU and ECtHR relevant to the media sector. Robert Spano, President of the European Court of Human Rights, will speak about the Freedom of expression and media freedom in the light of the case-law of the European Court of Human Rights.

Please click here to find more information and the detailed program.


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