The battle brewing over plans for a single digital market in Europe ratcheted up last week with the unveiling of European Union recommendations for content and investment quotas. The European…
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Clearing one of two crucial regulatory hurdles, Universal Music Group's pending acquisition of EMI Music's label assets has been approved in Europe.
The European Union has drafted film funding rules which, if approved, will cut coin for Hollywood productions shooting in Europe and create potential impediments for all co-productions in its member…
British and Scandinavian production companies, banks and private investment funds are being targeted in a marketing push as a European Union media production guarantee fund rolls out.
Producers look set to reap coin from the EU's Media Mundus program.
Hungary's film law, which offers some of Europe's most generous tax incentives, is back on track after amendments bringing it into line with European Union laws were approved Wednesday, according to…
The European Union looks set to postpone a radical overhaul of controversial quotas for Hollywood content on Euro TV stations, to appease both sides in the heated debate.
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