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European Broadcasters' Obligations to Invest in Cinematographic Production , 2006/04/04

" Big screen financing from the small screen ". Such is the title of a brand new report from the European Audiovisual Observatory in collaboration with the Institute of European Media Law (EMR), which offers a country by country description of "Broadcasters' Obligations to Invest in Cinematographic Production" Indeed, this latest report looks at the ways in which the State obliges the public and major private broadcasters to invest in the production of cinema films and it also examines the voluntary investment of financing by broadcasters in cinematographic production.

Broadcasters' contributions to public film funding institutes are also highlighted in this study. The report points out that, in some European countries such as France and the Netherlands , cable and satellite operators are already obliged by law to invest in film production. The results of this study are presented in the form of 25 country descriptions with a concluding analysis.

es télédiffuseurs en faveur de la production cinématographique.

L'étude met en lumière les contributions des télédiffuseurs aux organismes publics qui financent le cinéma et souligne en outre que, dans certains pays européens comme la France et les Pays-Bas, les opérateurs du câble et du satellite sont déjà obligés, en vertu de la loi, d'investir dans la production cinématographique. Les résultats de l'étude prennent la forme de fiches signalétiques pour chacun des 25 pays étudiés, accompagnées d'une conclusion analytique.

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