Looking towards the Spanish EU Presidency: Media Literacy Policies 26 November 2009 Andrea Millwood Hargrave
AudioVisual Media Services Directive – 19.12.09
Not later than 19 December 2011, and every three years thereafter, the Commission shall submit to the European Parliament, the Council and
the European Economic and Social Committee a report on the application of this Directive and, if necessary, make further proposals to adapt it to developments in the field of audiovisual media services, in particular in the light of recent technological developments, the competitiveness of the sector and levels of media literacy in all Member States.
a higher degree of media literacy would significantly help to approaching the objectives set.. in particular regarding a more competitive knowledge economy, while contributing to a more inclusive society
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