Audiovisual media sector in european union law as well as a description of the indireg study and its methodology together with an introduction and conclusions i would like to extend my warmest thanks to all of them strasbourg september 2019 maja cappello iris coordinator head of the department for legal information european audiovisual observatory table of contents executive summary . In the european union goods and services may be traded freely across national borders this also applies to media services the eu audiovisual media services directive provides the statutory framework it ensures that in every eu member state the same basic rules apply for advertising and sponsoring protection of minors promoting european media productions like films and tv programmes . European union priorities for 2019 2024 when the commission issued a recommendation that eu countries law authorities improve their use of videoconferencing to help judicial services work better across borders this did not have any legal consequences a recommendation allows the institutions to make their views known and to suggest a line of action without imposing any legal obligation . Of european media law emr in saarbrucken and the institute for information law ivir in amsterdam they not only co organised the workshop with the observatory but each also produced one of the two expert reports found at the beginning of this iris special last but not least we thank the european university institute in florence for its superb logistical support wolfgang closs susanne . The european union actively promotes methods of alternative dispute resolution adr such as mediation the mediation directive applies in all eu countries the directive concerns mediation in civil and commercial matters encouraging the use of mediation facilitates the resolution of disputes and helps to avoid the worry time and cost
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