Europe

News Media Europe (NME)

NME promotes the interests of the news media industry to the European Union institutions aiming to uphold and enhance the freedom to publish and to champion the news brands – in print and on line – that are powering the creative industries of the EU.

Eurozine

Eurozine is an online magazine and European network linking up more than 90 cultural journals and associates in 35 countries.

European Publishers Council (EPC)

EPC is a high-level group of Chairmen and CEOs of Europe’s leading media groups representing companies which are active in news media, television, radio, digital market places, journals, eLearning, databases and books.

European Newspaper Publisher’s Association (ENPA)

ENPA is an international non-profit organisation representing publishers of newspaper and news media on all platforms. ENPA is working on a number of areas of European policy and legislation which are essential for the effective day-to-day running of operations of local, regional and national newspapers.

EGTA

EGTA is a non-profit association based in Brussels that represents the interests of television and radio sales houses. EGTA is the European trade association for marketers of advertising solutions across (multiple) screens and/or audio platforms, with the aim to help its members protect, grow and diversify their business around content edited and broadcast on a linear basis by their TV channels and/or radio stations.

Cultura e Salute

A platform that brings together the extraordinary range of digital culture produced during the lockdown, in order to make it accessible to web users.

European Federation of Journalists (EFJ)

The EFJ fights for social and professional rights of journalists working in all sectors of the media across Europe through strong trade unions and associations. The EFJ promotes and defends the rights to freedom of expression and information as guaranteed by Article 10 of the European convention on human rights.

Cultural Heritage and Museums as agents of resilience post-covid19

An open letter sent on April 24th 2020 to the Belgian Prime Minister, Ms Sophie Wilmès; to the Belgian Regional Ministers: Mr Jan Jambon for the Flemish Region, Mr Elio Di Rupo for the Walloon Region and Mr Rudi Vervoort for the Brussels Capital Region ; to the Belgian Community Ministers : Mr Jan Jambon for the Flemish Community, Mr Pierre-Yves Jeholet for the Fench Community, and Oliver Paasch for the German Community; to the MPs of the different Belgian political entities; to the Belgian mayors; and to all Belgian politicians.

European Broadcasting Union (EBU)

EBU is the world’s leading alliance of public service media (PSM) aiming to secure a sustainable future for public service media by providing to its Members with world-class content from news to sports and music, and by building on a founding ethos of solidarity and co-operation to create a centre for learning and sharing.

MEDIA BIZ Info-Channel

A new platform that provides space for the sharing of information, the visualisation of the creative work but also for discussions.

DutchDesign4Hope

An initiative featuring Dutch and Ukrainian designers that set in place a structure for sharing digital knowledge, innovation and collaboration and that will lead to a final celebration at Dutch Design Week-2020.

FORMEVISIVE – A web channel to react and to keep art alive

8 actors of the company Formediterre have been working for a little more than 1 month, from their homes, to generate over 85 original and unpublished online content, using the theatrical language but making the works specific for the use through the web.

Getting creative with paper monuments in times of confinement

To celebrate this year’s International Day for Monuments and Sites, the UNESCO Chair in cooperation with the ERA Chair on Digital Cultural Heritage at the Cyprus University of Technology and the Perrevia Network in Greece launch a Panhellenic social media campaign to promote cultural heritage in the current COVID-19 period.

The state of the cultural and creative sector in Lucano

Materahub realises an in-depth analysis of the situation in the Lucano’s Cultural and Creative sector by giving voice to its representatives, analyzing the current situation, the impact of the obligatory measurements, the expectations and their needs for the future.