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Pan-European Forum on Media Pluralism and New Media


​The meeting will bring together politicians, traditional and new media, academics, NGOs, judges and leaders from the music, film and book industries in a pan-European, and indeed global, dialogue.

The event will pull together different strands of discussions that are currently taking place at EU level. In different forums, including Vice President Kroes’ High Level Group, the Media Futures Forum, the European Parliament committees, the European Citizens’ Initiative on Media Pluralism, the Centre for Media Freedom and Pluralism at the European Institute, media pluralism is currently intensely debated. This event is the ideal opportunity to bring together representatives of these different constituencies and explore common issues more in more depth.

Antonio Bavasso, who heads Allen & Overy's media sector group, commented, "We are delighted to support this important event which comes at a time when the industry is changing dramatically and there is a renewed interest internationally in the regulatory implications of these changes".

Clients and friends of the firm who might be interested in participating should register via the conference website at




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