First steps to a European audio-visual policy

March 1989
Image Technology;Mar1989, Vol. 71 Issue 3, p101
Trade Publication
In the European Community, the audio-visual media have to meet a twofold challenge: the challenge of the new technologies, and the challenge which the Community has set for itself in naming 1992 as the year in which the internal market must be completed. As we have seen, the introduction of new techniques and initiatives by the industry itself are not enough to overcome the various obstacles in the way of progress and to develop audio-visual activity to an economically satisfactory level.


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