Creative Europe (2021–2027) - Cross-sectoral
New approaches for local media (NEWLOCAL)December 1, 2023
Local media have an advantage in direct access to local users and in serving content that does not compete with big national media. However, the target market is small, and advertisers are frequently not interested in cooperating with small media companies. Through the NEWLOCAL cooperative project, the consortium of local media companies will develop a […]
Fortissimo. An interactive digital tool that brings kids closer to classical music (FF)December 1, 2023
Fortissimo is an interactive app and webpage that combines technology, multimedia learning, and classical music experience. It connects cultural and educational institutions, offering a dynamic and intuitive learning platform for young users. The app uses serious gaming techniques to teach music history, literacy, and cognition. Teachers can access teaching materials through the web portal, which […]
Innovation lab 2024November 6, 2023
The objectives of the Creative Innovation Lab is to encourage cooperation between the audiovisual sector and other CCSs in order to accompany their environmental transition and/or to improve their competitiveness and/or the circulation, visibility, discoverability, availability, diversity and the audience of European content across borders. The support also aims to enable the European audiovisual sector […]
NEWS – Journalism Partnerships – Collaborations 2024October 30, 2023
Topic 1. “Journalism Partnerships – Collaborations” aims to help the wider European news media sector become more sustainable and resilient, specifically by supporting cross-border media collaborations. This support shall foster media transformation, trustworthy reporting and skills for news media professionals, for instance by developing media production standards and new business models. The Creative Europe Desks from 21 countries […]
NEWS – Media literacy 2024October 30, 2023
Support will encourage knowledge sharing and exchanges on media literacy policies and practices to enable the development of innovative cross-border media literacy initiatives and communities across Europe, in a continuously changing digital media landscape and taking into account current user behaviour among various age groups.
NEWS – Journalism partnerships 2024October 30, 2023
Topic 2. “Journalism Partnerships – Pluralism”. Besides a purely economic aspect, independent media play a crucial and valuable role in societies and contribute to upholding the essential principles of media freedom and pluralism. This support seeks to protect news media sectors of special relevance to democracy and civic participation, such as local and regional media, community […]
NEWS-Journalism partnershipsJune 7, 2023
Journalism Partnerships shall encourage systemic cooperation between professional news media organisations to improve the viability and competitiveness of professionally produced journalism, by focusing on collaborative business transformation and/or collaborative journalistic projects.
YoCoJoinJune 7, 2023
Empowering the Youth: Strengthening Local News Media Services Through the Youth Community Journalism Initiative project (acronym: YoCoJoin) is a response to the unstable media landscape and the risks brought by the digitization of society in the field of journalism. By training young journalists at the local level, it is aimed at strengthening quality journalism and […]
INNOVATION LAB 2023January 27, 2023
The InnovLab support shall support the design, development and/or spread of innovative tools, models or solutions applicable in the audiovisual and other cultural and creative sectors. Activities shall aim at supporting the competitiveness, greening process, cooperation, circulation, visibility, availability, diversity and/or audience across sectors. Such activities shall contain a high potential of replicability in audiovisual […]
NEWS – Media literacy 2023January 27, 2023
Support will encourage knowledge sharing and exchanges on media literacy policies and practices to enable the development of innovative cross-border media literacy initiatives and communities across Europe, in a continuously changing digital media landscape and taking into account current user behaviour among variousage groups.