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Dear colleagues,

Every day our Members create a conversation between millions of listeners and we celebrated the ability of radio to create “dialogue, tolerance and peace” on last week’s World Radio Day.

We’ve also just launched the interactive version of our landmark News Report and been delivering workshops bringing Members together to share best practice on digital transformation.

Check out some other recent highlights below some of the upcoming events you can you can register for in 2019.
 
INTERACTIVE NEWS REPORT 
   
Our News Report "50 Ways to Make it Better" is now fully interactive!

Browse through 50 journalistic case studies offering in-depth insights of how media organizations are addressing the challenges of polarization and an erosion of public trust.

The multimedia experience flags the opportunities in the turmoil and also offer 25 solutions to the challenges faced by PSM today.

Explore the report now!
 
DIGITAL TRANSFORMATION WORKSHOPS
   
 
Our Digital Unit has had a busy start to 2019 with two workshops in Prague and Tbilisi

As part of the Digital Transformation Initiative we're working with Members to help them build stronger organizations.

Find out how you can benefit here and check out our regular blogs on digital transformation within our Members on ebu.ch. This month Mika Rahkonen from Yle offers his wish list on what he wants to see public service media do in 2019.
RECENT HIGHLIGHTS 
   
World Radio DayThis year we celebrated the most trusted medium in Europe’s contribution to “dialogue, tolerance and peace”. Thanks to our Media Intelligence Service we highlighted, on our social channels, the incredible power radio still has in reaching audiences. Watch some examples from Members on creating dialogue and hear from our Head of Radio Graham Dixon.

Our News Events service provides a range of high quality, cost-effective services for breaking news and planned events coverage. Take a look at their operation at the World Economic Forum annual meeting in Davos which offered on location stand-ups, playouts, live pool distribution, live-streaming and more.

The Journalism Trust Initiative is part of our Public Service Journalism Initiative. By working with industry partners we're aiming to create a mechanism to reward media outlets for providing guarantees regarding transparency, verification and correction methods, editorial independence and compliance with ethical norms. Read about the developments this month.
UPCOMING EVENTS
   
 
The EBU Media Summit brings together content executives from our Members to discuss strategic challenges and opportunities for public service media.

Incorporating the TV and Digital Assemblies, the event is also a platform to network, learn and exchange experiences among peers.

Register right now!
 
Investigative Journalism Workshop ( Brussels, 14 March)
Join leading investigative reporters from all over Europe for discussions about better cooperation within the newly established EBU Investigative Network.

Digital Media Days 2019 (Stockholm, 20 - 22 March) We’re sold out! Worry not – there’ll be plenty of online highlights from this 2-day conference which brings together commissioning and planning editors, producers and creative staff from all types of programming and media.

Constructive News Stories (Odense, Denmark, 9 - 10 April) Join the EBU's training on Constructive Journalism which gives media consumers a comprehensive view of an issue (context, perspective, background and understanding, nuances etc.), inspiring them and facilitating public debate around a better tomorrow.

25th Radio Assembly (Sofia, 11 - 12 April) The EBU Radio Assembly is the unique meeting place for senior leaders in the world of public radio. This year's meeting will focus on younger audiences and their needs, how PSM measures success, impartiality in a changing world and reaching audiences through latest technologies. Register now!

SAVE THE DATE

IPI World Congress (Geneva, 4 – 5 June) The EBU is partnering with the International Press Institute to host their World Congress. Join us in Geneva to discuss successful strategies to strengthen the relationship between news organisations and their audiences in defence of “quality journalism as a public good”.
 
Visit ebu.ch to see all our upcoming events, plus presentations and videos from past events.

An overview of all EBU Media activities and services is available on ebu.ch. The EBU Media Activity Report 2017-2018 is also online.

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