|As usual, this journal provides news
on legal developments in Europe in the fields of broadcasting and new media.
Of interest is the presentation of the Recommendation of the European Parliament and of the Council on film heritage of 16 November 2005 which aims to foster better exploitation of the industrial and cultural potential of European cinematographic heritage. Worth attention are furthermore the report on the 2nd South Caucasus Media Conference which was organised by OSCE in Tbilisi in November 2005, as well as the news on the MEDIA 2007 programme and the revision of the Television Without Frontiers Directive to better cover audiovisual media services.
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