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Published | 17 May 2018

Press Release : Prioritise media Freedom and Sustainability

Media community from across the EU call the institutions to prioritise media freedom and sustainability

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Published | 17 May 2018

Press Freedom Conference Sofia 2018

ENPA and EMMA in association with EFJ, RSF, AEJ, ECPMF, SEEMO and the UPB, held a conference on “Media Freedom and Pluralism” on Wednesday, 16 May, in Sofia, in the wings of the EU-Western Balkans summit.

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Published | 12 April 2018

EMMA, ENPA, EPC and NME welcome the support of European Parliament rapporteur Axel Voss for a Publishers' Right

EMMA, ENPA, EPC and NME welcome the support of a Press Publishers’ right by MEP Axel Voss, rapporteur in the Legal Affairs Committee. Mr Voss has presented a proposal that would guarantee press publishers an exclusive right as part of the current EU copyright reform.

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Published | 09 April 2018

Join us at the Conference “Media Freedom and Pluralism: how to reboot an essential EU pillar”

On May 16, 2018 a Press Freedom Conference - organized by the Union of Publishers in Bulgaria in association with EMMA/ENPA, European Federation of Journalists, in partnership with Reports Without Borders, ECPMF, Union of Bulgarian Journalists, Association of European Journalists, Sofia – will be held in Sofia Bulgaria.

The conference Media freedom and pluralism “How to reboot an essential EU pillar will focus on media policy in the EU, issues related to press freedom in individual EU countries and more generally on sustainability of the independent press. Representatives from the publishing sector, EU stakeholders and decision-makers will gather to discuss press freedom in a call to prioritize media freedom and plurality in the EU in the forthcoming years.

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Published | 23 March 2018

EMMA and ENPA statement on the inauguration speech of the President of the Czech Republic Milos Zeman on March 8, 2018

The European press publishers associations EMMA (European Magazine Media Association) and ENPA (European Newspaper Publishers Association), as part of their activities focused on the support of the publishing sector, are also monitoring the situation in the field of press freedom and the media in the European Union’s Member States.

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