Meyer-Heine, Anne. (1997) "The audiovisual policy of the European Union: The challenges of the future". In: UNSPECIFIED, Seattle, WA. (Unpublished)
The set-up of a European televisual space, without borders between States, would encourage exchanges of ideas and promote an actual European way of thinking, rich and complex. Difficulties arise from the very nature of this sector where cultural and economic problems are entangled. Because of this double characteristic, it seems natural that a European televisual law relies both on the European Convention of Human Rights and on the Treaty of Rome. The free circulation of TV programs is then established because of the two following features: the development of all artistic presentation of services, cultural ones included, and the protection of human rights, in particular, the right to freedom of expression.
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