The Association of European Radios (AER) 2017 Conference, kindly hosted by Deirdre Clune MEP, will be held on Wednesday, May 31st, from 13.00 until 15.00 (Registration from 12.30), at the European Parliament (Brussels) room JAN 2Q2. This conference will address the Value of Commercial Radio + How the SatCab Regulation Can Help Radio, i.e. a Discussion on NON-AudioVisual Points.
The Digital Festival is where people and innovation connect. Join us on 1 June 2017 at L’Arsenal, Brussels to take your seat to the future.
Through talks, workshops, debates and performance, the Festival creates a space in the heart of Europe where people can get excited about new technology and be inspired by digital innovations.
In September 2016, I-Com discussed the strengths and weaknesses of the European Commission proposal for a Reform of Audiovisual Media Services Directive at its early stage.
Now, a new event and a new paper edited by I-Com (Reviewing DSM Strategy Impact on Media Content Industry) aim to extend the investigation to the DSM strategy as a whole, trying to identify and measure its impact on the Media content industry, with a special focus on the last updates of the AVMS and Copyright legislative proposals.
The upcoming event will represent a favourable occasion to encourage a debate on the impact of ongoing actions envisaged by the Digital Single Market Strategy on the media sector and on the challenges lying ahead in order to foster the competitiveness of this important sector on the European stage. The main focus would be on copyright and AVMSD reforms and their respective legislative debate. The Conference will be introduced by the presentation of an I-Com Paper.
This will be a great opportunity for you to network and discuss issues of common interest with European ccTLD managers, European Commission representatives, as well as other key internet stakeholders.
EuroDIG 2017 will take place in Tallinn, 6-7 June and will be hosted by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Estonia. EuroDIG is not a conference, it is a year round dialogue on politics and digitization across the whole European continent which culminates in an annual event.
Transforming eHealth into a political and economic advantages.
The Digital Assembly 2017 will take place on 15 and 16 June in Valletta, Malta. It is an event co-organised by the European Commission and the Maltese Presidency of the Council of the European Union.
The Digital Assembly 2017 is an opportunity for stakeholders to debate, take stock and look ahead at how Europe and how its partners around the world are preparing for this digital transformation. It will also be an opportunity to have a dialogue on the benefits of the Digital Union for citizens with a special focus on our younger generations.
EuroISPA, the voice of the European Internet industry, is delighted to invite you to join us in celebrating our 20th year anniversary at the prestigious Bibliothèque Solvay on the evening of Tuesday 20th June.
European Commissioner for the Security Union Mr Julian King will deliver a keynote address on an evening that will also include a high-level intervention from Mr Juhan Lepassaar, Head of Cabinet of European Commission Vice-President for the Digital Single Market Andrus Ansip.
In a relaxing environment of cocktails and jazz, this event will be an opportunity to catch-up with digital policy stakeholders from Brussels and beyond, and reflect upon how far Europe has come in the efforts to realise a true digital single market.
I-Com organises a debate on the revolution that digital services are bringing to the relationship between consumers and companies in the European context. The main focus will be on the benefits of digital economy and its positive effects on a wider array of tools effectively empowering consumers.
SMART CONSUMERS: How digitalization may benefit B2C relationship will take place on June 21st from 14.30 to 17.30 at the European Economic and Social Committee – Room TRE 7701 (Trèves Building, 7th floor, 74 rue de Trèves, 1040 Brussels), with the support and the participation of the Presidency of the TEN Group.
After the presentation of the I-Com paper, a panel with institutional and non-Institutional stakeholders, and a Q&A session will follow.
The paper will focus on the penetration of digital services in different sectors of European economy, as well as on the new digital relationship between consumers and services providers in main retail markets, with a focus on energy and mobility.
Ryan Heath, POLITICO’s Senior EU Correspondent, writer of Brussels Playbook, will have a frank conversation with Jüri Ratas about the incoming Estonian Presidency’s priorities related to the economy, digitalization and sustainability.
Mobile World Congress Shanghai (MWC Shanghai) is Asia’s biggest mobile event. It’s organised by the GSMA and held each year in the business hub of Shanghai, China. It is a mobile event like no other, bringing together the worldwide mobile industry from C-level mobile executives to tech-savvy consumers to experience a connected life full of exciting new technologies and products.
The NET FUTURES edition in 2017 will serve as a wake-up call for policy makers and technologist alike, for civil society and the young whose future we will influence. It will be the place for deep-dive conversations and learnings right at a time when Europe is at the brink of entering the next industrial revolution:The Net.
We invite all Europeans who want to give these developments a voice. If you are an ICT or a non-ICT player from the public sector, a private organisation, or from academia and from the young and creative innovators community, Net Futures 2017 will be an event where you can meet and exchange ideas and concerns.
More information will be provided shortly at http://netfuturesconference.eu
Major political, technological and societal events are reshaping our world. As technology and mobility bring about unprecedented opportunities and challenges, political turmoil is reaching geographies that have traditionally been stable. The communications industry arguably plays an increasingly critical role in the life of citizens. From legacy players and leading upstarts to shadowy purveyors of leaks, hacks and fake news, the digital world is now at the centre of the political landscape.
Europe Code Week is a grassroots initiative which aims to bring coding and digital literacy to everybody in a fun and engaging way.
Become a part of Code Week by organising an event. Make a difference by inspiring and motivating others.
Anyone is welcome to organise an event. Just pick a topic and a target audience and add your event to the map. You can even use our toolkit for organisers to get started.
Join us from 11 to 15 October 2017, that is when we once again welcome the international publishing world to another Frankfurt Book Fair. The following pages will help you to successfully prepare your visit and get the most out of those five days in October.
The twelfth annual meeting of the Internet Governance Forum (IGF) will be held in Geneva, Switzerland.