Conference “Rethinking Media Law and Policy for Europe”

8:45Welcome and Introduction
Martin Senftleben, IViR
9:00Session 1: Constitutional and Institutional Changes and Challenges
Chair: Tarlach McGonagle, IViR  
9:05New European Media Law: Enforcement, Compliance and Democratic Deficit
Tanja Kerševan Smokvina
9:15EU Policies and Regulations and Media Capture
Marius Dragomir and Zsuzsa Detrekői
9:25Media Sanctions and Russian Propaganda
Andrei Richter and Anna Smulders
9:45Fundamental Rights Aspects of EU Media Regulation
Tarlach McGonagle
9:55Pan-European Media Policy for Human Rights Protection
Max van Drunen
10:05European Media Policy Transfer
Krisztina Rozgonyi
11:00Session 2: Public Interest, Quality, Pluralism – Regulatory Questions
Chair: Kristina Irion, IViR
11:05Public Service Media and Information Disorder
Minna Aslama Horowitz and Marius Dragomir
11.15Media Ownership Transparency and Ownership Restrictions
Josef Trappel
11.25Evolution of “Harm” from Content Services
Sally Broughton Micova
11.35Disinformation Online: Co-regulation and Multi-stakeholderism
Elda Brogi
11:45Panel Discussion
Panelists: Emmanuelle Machet (European Platform of Regulatory Authorities), Bernd Holznagel (University of Münster), Damian Tambini (London School of Economics)
13:30Algemene Ledenvergadering VvA
Only for members of the Dutch ALAI group (VvA members)
14:00Session 3: Financial Sustainability and Press Publishers’ Right
Chair: Mireille van Eechoud (IViR & Dutch Copyright Association VvA)
14:05Harmonization and Fragmentation
Eleonora Rosati
14:15Negotiation Frameworks
Martin Kretschmer and Ula Furgal
14:25Competition Law and Remuneration Claims
Moritz Sutterer
14:35Press Publishers’ Right: A Response to AI Challenges?
Daniel Gervais
14:45Panel Discussion
Panelists: Mira Herens (NVJ (Dutch Federation of Journalists)), Aurore Raoux (News Media Europe), Tobias Mckenney (Google), Stef van Gompel (Vrije Universiteit)
16:15Session 4: Technology Impact – Platforms and AI
Chair: Martin Senftleben
16:20Journalism, Platforms and the Structures of Public Speech
Andrew Kenyon
16:30Awful but Lawful Content and Hybrid Governance
Stephan Dreyer
16:40Regulating Influencers
Nadia Feci and Peggy Valcke
17:00Digital Constitutionalism: Media Freedom and Right to Information Online
Bernd Justin Jütte
17:10Welfare Economics and Interventions in News Markets in the Age of AI
Joost Poort
17:20News Media and Big Tech’s Lobby Efforts
Kristina Irion and Melinda Rucz
Martin Senftleben, IViR