Wednesday, June 19, 2019

Translation please: The Audiovisual Media Services Directive to European Convention on...

  Convention The Convention is founded on broadly the same country of origin principle as that which went on to be enshrined in the Television Without...

Brexit & The Media Sector: Part 1

In the first of our three part series looking at the impact of Brexit on the media sector, Caroline Povah and the MediaWrites team...

Brexit & The Media Sector: Part 3

Required to comply but no longer able to influence: Caroline Povah discusses the areas where continuing to trade with the EU might leave limited...

Ofcom publishes draft TV licences for ‘no-deal Brexit’

The current regulatory position Linear and on-demand video services are currently regulated by Ofcom in line with the EU wide regulatory...

Tom Mintern talks about how changes to the UK’s Immigration Rules...

  Tom Mintern, Associate in our London office Employment department, talks about how changes to the UK's Immigration Rules may impact the Media/Tech sectors. This video...

Digital Single Market update: Part 2, geo-blocking

Geo-blocking In May 2016 the EU Commission published draft regulations on geo-blocking with the aim of ensuring service providers do not treat customers any differently...

The EU Settlement Agreement: the answer to the Free Movement Dilemma?

The EU Settlement Scheme In order to continue living and working in the UK after Brexit, EU nationals and their family members will need to...

Phil Sherrell looks at the Digital Single Market and the challenges...

Head of Bird & Bird's international Media, Entertainment and Sport sector, Phil Sherrell, discusses the Digital Single Market and the implications for media and technology companies.

Will changes to the UK’s Immigration Rules impact the Media/Tech sectors?

The UK economy has recently been boosted by a number of media and technology businesses announcing that they will establish their main international headquarters...

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