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BredowCast 56: Europäische Medienordnung

BredowCast 56: Europäische Medienordnung

In this episode of the BredowCast, media lawyers Theresa Josephine Seipp and Dr. Stephan Dreyer explain why the European media need a coherent order and why this is so difficult to achieve.

Within the framework of the German EU Council Presidency, the Federal Government Commissioner for Culture and the Media (BKM) is organising an international series of conferences on media policy, which will be scientifically accompanied by the HBI.
From 7 July to 29 October 2020, numerous lectures, workshops and digital focus sessions will identify current challenges facing the European media landscape and pose central questions about its future shape.
Even before the kick-off event on 7 July, Theresa Josephine Seipp and Stephan Dreyer have already intensively dealt with evaluating the legislation relevant to the European media order and have summarized the results in a so-called "mapping report."
"We tried to find out where things go wrong in the European media regulation, says Seipp. According to the two lawyers, things went noticeable wrong in the coherence of the media order. The laws relevant to media professionals in Europe differ from one member state to another and are sometimes contradictory. The media conference will discuss how this could be dealt with.


EU Media Conference

Mapping Report (Link will be added soon)

Theresa Josephine Seipp

 Stephan Dreyer

 Johanna Sebauer

Leibniz Institute for Media Research | Hans-Bredow-Institut


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