Sector: Media & Press

DREAM TEAM by Giffoni Innovation Hub s.r.l.

The DREAM TEAM mission is to promote the culture of innovation within the dynamics of companies and the creation of temporary Open Innovation workshops for young people aged 14 to 28 on issues related to the 17 objectives UN 2030 agenda with the involvement of the Giffoni community.

Fast Mover: Paid Content

Financial support to solutions for sustainable revenue models and new diversification strategies that emerged during the crisis.

Alliance of Independent Press Councils of Europe (AIPCE)

AIPCE is a network of independent Press and Media Councils in Europe to enhance cooperation and exchange of information. Its annual conferences provide a forum for Media and Press Council representatives to discuss topical issues, to exchange ideas and to offer and receive advice.

Reporters Without Borders (RSF)

RSF is an independent NGO with consultative status with the United Nations, UNESCO, the Council of Europe and the International Organisation of the Francophonie (OIF). Its foreign sections, its bureaux in ten cities, including Brussels, Washington, Berlin, Tunis, Rio de Janeiro, and Stockholm, and its network of correspondents in 130 countries give RSF the ability to mobilise support, challenge governments and wield influence both on the ground and in the ministries and precincts where media and Internet standards and legislation are drafted.

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.

International Press Institute (IPI)

IPI is a global network of editors, media executives and leading journalists with the mission to defend media freedom and the free flow of news wherever they are threatened.


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 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.

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.

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.

The Superhero Factory

A creative initiative gathering stories about “superheroes” during this difficult period aiming to inspire and encourage everyone.

Centre for Media Pluralism and Media Freedom (CMPF)

CMPF is a research and training centre that aims to develop innovative and relevant lines of research on media freedom and pluralism in Europe and beyond, and to provide knowledge support to the international, European and national policy and rulemaking processes.

Association of European Radios (AER)

AER is the Europe-wide trade body for commercial radio, representing the interests of over 5,000 commercial radio stations to the EU Institutions. AER promotes the development of European commercially funded radio broadcasting, by ensuring a fair and sustainable economic framework for radio to thrive in.

Association of European Journalists (AEJ)

AEJ is an independent non-profit-making international organisation with neither party-political nor union ties. It has NGO status with UNESCO and the Council of Europe; is a member of the European Movement and has a working relation with the Representative on Freedom of the Media OSCE (Organisation for Security and Cooperation in Europe). AEJ brings together individual journalists through their membership of the national sections.

New European Media Initiative (NEM Initiative)

The NEM Initiative (New European Media Initiative) was established as one of the European Technology Platform under the Seventh Framework Programme, aiming at fostering the convergence between consumer electronics, broadcasting and telecoms in order to develop the emerging business sector of networked and electronic media.