Association of Commercial Television in Europe (ACT)
Association des télévisions commerciales européennes
1989-07-12 Brussels Belgium
Founded 12 Jul 1989, Brussels (Belgium), by 5 founder members. A grouping of the type F-XE0630 - European Economic Interest Grouping (EEIG).
Promote cooperation among members and with European enterprises active in the field of communication; defend interests of private broadcasters vis-à-vis the European Union; provide a forum for reflection leading to proposals in the regulatory field - advertising, intellectual property, public service, media ownership, new services, protection of minors, sports - and in the establishment of Community support initiatives with regard to production and distribution for both the internal market and for export.
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College of Members; Executive Board. Working Groups (6): Legal Affairs; Advertising; Pay TV; New Services; Media Concentration; Competition.
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