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Implementation of the action plan for the introduction of advanced television services in Europe

The European Commission, DG X, has published a call for proposals concerning how to apply for programme production funding in the framework of the implementation of the action plan for the introduction of advanced television services in Europe. The call is of interest to broa...

The European Commission, DG X, has published a call for proposals concerning how to apply for programme production funding in the framework of the implementation of the action plan for the introduction of advanced television services in Europe. The call is of interest to broadcasters and audiovisual programme producers. It explains how to obtain the documents necessary to make a proposal for financial Community support of programme production and conversion in the 16/9 format. The call for proposals is based on the Council Decision establishing the action plan for the introduction of advanced television services in Europe, adopted by the Council of Ministers on 22 July 1993 (93/424/EEC). This is the last call relevant to the 1995 budget. In case it is impossible, due to budgetary limitations, to fund proposals which have been accepted by the Commission, from the 1995 budget, these proposals will be held in reserve for the financial year 1996, subject to possible new evaluation and budget availabilities. Broadcasters in their capacity as programme makers or independent producers wanting to respond to this call and requiring further information should fax their request, or write, to receive a copy of the document entitled "How to make a proposal for programme production and conversion funding" to: European Commission Mr. Gregory Paulger Head of Unit DG X/D-3 200 rue de la Loi (L102 5/25) B-1049 Brussels Fax +32-2-2966992

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