Radio and Television Supreme Council (RTÜK) President Ebubekir Şahin and Supreme Council Members Güçer and Konuralp attended the EPRA Spring Meeting held in Antwerp
RTÜK President Ebubekir Şahin said: "On 12th- 14th of October, 2022, we will host the chairmen and administrators of the authorities of all European countries in our country".
RTÜK President Ebubekir Şahin stated that Turkey will host the European Regulatory Authorities’ Platform (EPRA) meeting, which includes institutions like RTÜK in Europe, on 12-14 October.
Şahin attended the 55th meeting of EPRA, which has been held online for the last two years due to Kovid-19, held face-to-face in Antwerp, Belgium for the first time after a long time.
Noting that RTÜK would be pleased to host the representatives of EPRA member countries in Turkey, Şahin said, "It will be a great honor for us to host you in Turkey."
In addition to RTÜK President Şahin, RTÜK members Deniz Güçer and Okan Konuralp also attended the 55th EPRA Meeting in Antwerp.
Problems arising due to digitalization will be discussed
RTÜK President Ebubekir Şahin, in his evaluation after the meeting, said that they discussed important issues at the EPRA meeting and they had productive talks.
Noting that the recent developments in advertising, social media, and digital media have been discussed, RTÜK President Ebubekir Şahin continued as follows: "More importantly, EPRA, which brought together 55 authorities from 47 countries, started to think about what should be done about the problems encountered with digitalization from now on and expects the relevant authorities to work on it. This is important for us. These will be discussed in more detail in the meetings to be held in our country. On 12th- 14th of October, 2022, we will host the chairmen and administrators of the authorities of all European countries in our country.”
In the comprehensive meeting where the authorities regulating the audiovisual media field in the member countries of the Council of Europe met, knowledge and experience were shared among the participants.
At the meeting of EPRA, where 55 authorized regulatory authorities from 47 countries are members, digitalization and advertising issues came to the fore.
In interviews and meetings, audiovisual media arrangements in Europe were evaluated through comparative working papers, presentations, surveys, and research.