Audiovisual Media Services in the EU. Next Generation Approach or Old Wine in New Barrels?
In this article, we analyse how the European legislator is currently responding to some of the recent changes in the media and communications environment with the adoption of the Audiovisual Media Services Directive. What is the European approach to address the challenges brought about by the technological changes in the audiovisual sector? How is the EU devising a future model for content regulation? The article also puts forward a number of critical remarks that should be taken into account in the framework of the debate on future content regulation, indicating where the AVMS Directive falls short.
Volume (Year): 1 (2008)
Issue (Month): 71 (3rd quarter)
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