European Magazine Media Association (EMMA)
May 1975, as Federation of Associations of Periodical Publishers in EC – Fédération des associations d'éditeurs de périodiques de la CE. Subsequently changed title to European Magazine Publishers Federation – Fédération européenne d'éditeurs de périodiques (FAEP), 1988. Current title adopted 2012. EU Transparency Register: 37937886834-69.
Represent periodical publishers' interests to the institutions of the European Union, specifically Council, Commission and Parliament, so that legislative measures enhance members' financial health, and do not damage it; provide to members a resource of information, guidance and expertise, so that they may create and implement more effective national representation for their own national members.
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