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CALL FOR PROPOSALS |
Pilot Project "A European public sphere: a new online media offer for young Europeans"

This Call for Proposals implements the second EP Pilot Project "A European public sphere: a new online media offer for young Europeans". Similar to last year, it seeks proposals of consortia gathering at least 5 media organisations from at least 5 EU Member States, to produce daily, thought-provoking content from across Europe around current affairs, particularly targeting young Europeans.

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Call for Proposals - Covering EU affairs through a radio network

The aim of this Call for Proposals is to support a network of radio stations, producing and disseminating editorially-independent information about EU affairs. The selected project will increase reporting and debate around European topics, on air and in digital formats, from pan-European viewpoints and/or by comparing different viewpoints from within Europe.

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Horizon Europe call for proposals - Innovation for media

The European Commission has launched a call for proposals for innovation actions in the media sector, to stimulate interdisciplinary cooperation and build prototypes of advanced solutions for the creation, distribution and consumption of new immersive and innovative products for media.

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Journalism Partnerships

The call for proposals for Journalism Partnerships aims to help the wider European news media sector become more sustainable and resilient, thus contributing to trustworthy reporting on current affairs, to an informed and inclusive democratic debate, to skills development and employment for news media professionals and journalists.