The envisaged Digital Markets Act (DMA) risks creating an information monopoly of the gatekeeper platforms
Media pluralism and the editorial diversity of newspapers and magazines are a precondition for an independent and pluralistic formation of opinion in the European Union. Ensuring accessibility and visibility for the full diversity of editorial offerings is absolutely necessary, EMMA & ENPA want to recall on the occasion of the World News Day.
EMMA & ENPA welcome joint call of Media Associations across the American Continent for Fair Remuneration of the Press
Eighteen trade associations representing more than 40,000 news publishers from North and South America - including Canada, the United States, Mexico, Honduras, Jamaica, Dominican Republic, Colombia, Ecuador, Peru, Brazil, Bolivia, Chile and Argentina - made this week a joint call for coherent approaches at a global level to enforce a right that is based on copyright and antitrust regulations.
European Magazine and Newspaper Publishers are worried about abrupt change in media regulation in Poland
The European Magazine Media Association (EMMA) and the European Newspaper Publishers Association (ENPA) are deeply concerned about the planned changes in Polish media law referred to as "Lex TVN", that would deliberately curtail media plurality.
European press publishers welcome the decision by the French competition authority forcing Google to remunerate newspaper and magazine publishers for the use of their content
In the context of the implementation of the publishers’ right in France, the Autorité de la concurrenceimposed on Google a sanction of EUR 500 million for disregarding several injunctions issued in its decision of April 2020 relating to requests for precautionary measures presented by the Syndicat des éditeurs de la presse magazine or SEPM (EMMA member) and the l'Alliance de la presse d'information Générale or APIG(ENPA member).