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Wednesday, May 26, 2021

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Track “Media and Content” at EuroDIG

Day 2 of EuroDIG2021 (June 30) accommodates the thematic track “Media and Content” with the a focus session and two workshops forming a day-long deep-dive. The day will be opened with a keynote by Delphine Ernotte, Director General of France Télévisions and President of the European Broadcasting Union.

You can find the programme on the EuroDIGWiki and registration for EuroDIG2021 is already open on our website:


 Meet the Focal Point

This week, we are happy to introduce the EuroDIG2021 Focus Session (FS) 4: European mediascape – How to (re)create a trusted public sphere? taking place on June 30, 14:45-17:30 CEST.

The session format will allow participants to dig into the different aspects of the topic with the input of high-level guests, as well as through direct, interactive discussion.

The Focal Point of FS4 is Nicola Frank. Nicola joined the European Broadcasting Union (EBU) in 1998. In March 2020 she became the EBU’s Head of Institutional and International Relations, after having represented the EBU and Public Service Media at EU level, as Head of the EBU’s Policy office in Brussels from 2009 to 2020.

She started her career in the European Commission in 1990 where she was responsible for an Information and Communication Programme towards the Mediterranean and the Near and Middle East. In 1996 she joined Media and Entertainment International, the international federation of media and entertainment trade unions, as Deputy General Secretary.


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