In the ever-evolving legal landscape of the European Union (EU), the movement of cinematographic and other audiovisual content has undergone a significant legislative evolution over the years. As the digital era continues to reshape the way everyone consumes and produces content, the EU has taken steps to adapt its legislative framework to meet the opportunities and the challenges faced by the European audiovisual sector. Dr. Apostolos Samaras’ blog post in, titled “The flow of audiovisual content in the EU: Unravelling the legislative changes”, explores some of the main aspects of this legislative transformation at EU level and its implications for the flow of audiovisual works within the Union.

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