Audiovisual Eureka (AVE)
Eureka Audiovisuel (EAV)
Eureka Audiovisual (EAV)
Eureka Audiovisueel (EAV)
1989-10-02 Paris France
2 Oct 1989, Paris (France), during the 'Assises européennes de l'audiovisuel'. Also referred to as Association Secrétariat Eureka audiovisuel. Previously also known under the acronym: AE - EA. Registered in accordance with Belgian law. Ceased to exist, Jun 2003.
Promote the European audiovisual industry. Current priorities: strengthen ties between professionals from across wider Europe to provide closer cooperation with European programmes supporting the industry; access the necessary expertise to assemble trans-European projects. Since 1 Jan 1996 acts as an intermediary between its non-European Union member states and the European Union.
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General Assembly (annual). Administrative Council, consisting of up to 8 members. Coordinators' Committee, comprising one government-appointed representative of each member country. Permanent Secretariat, headed by Director.
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