The internet enriches media markets with new players and business models. The audiovisual world has also gone global. What are the implications? Are we headed for a limitless audiovisual market? Are barriers to free trade needed to preserve social values? How can the European television industry hold its ground in this environment? What are the implications of an increasingly global and non-linear programme services market on broadcasters? Does deregulation help European TV broadcasters to assert themselves against the ‘new entrants’? These and other questions will be debated at EuroReg 2014 at the Lake Side Conference Centre in Zurich. Under the banner “Limits to Global Convergence”, the conference will take place in Zurich on 27 March 2014. The conference will focus on the globalisation of the world of television from the perspective of international experts from the audiovisual industry, as well as regulatory and research sectors. This year´s event is being organised by the Swiss Federal Office of Communications, with support from the national media institutions in Germany and the Austrian company RTR GmbH.
The event will be held in German and English; simultaneous translation will be provided.
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