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January 27, 2014

New Publication: ‘Behind the Screen: Inside European Production Cultures’

“Behind the Screen explores the complex plays of power and imagination that shape the production of European film and television. Ranging widely, the authors provide revealing case examples of the diverse contexts in which screen media are conceived and produced. Shrewdly observant and conceptually sophisticated, these essays engage brilliantly with enduring debates about creative labor…

January 17, 2014

Top 10 videos on EUscreen in 2013

We would like to present you the most frequently viewed videos on EUscreen in 2013*: #1  Makrobiotička / Macrobiotic Lady (provided by Czech Televison) What is the life like for those who know what they eat? 70-years old lady Jarmila Průchová was healed thanks to a macrobiotic diet.”I am as happy and active as sixteen…

December 12, 2013

“Television News Channels in Europe” Report

The European Audiovisual Observatory has published a new report on the TV news market in Europe (covering 38 countries). The entire 100-page report is free to download here. This report provides an overview of the types of channels both national and international, the balance between public and private, and the dominant languages of news channels in Europe.  This…

October 21, 2010

EUscreen’s contributions during the FIAT/IFTA conference in Dublin

By Marco Rendina and Wietske van den Heuvel The EUscreen project was presented to a professional audience during the FIAT/IFTA World Conference 2010 which took place in Dublin from October 16th to 18th. Johan Oomen gave a plenary presentation about the project and its links to Europeana and addressed questions of how to safeguard the…

August 17, 2010

The EUscreen content selection policy and the future user

EUscreen will provide access to a critical mass of audiovisual content (>30,000 items) and it’s metadata, covering the history of European television. With such a large amount of data, a content selection policy is essential to provide meaningful access. The EUscreen content selection policy has been developed in the first six months of the project…