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The UK government published its long awaited policy paper on the broadcasting sector yesterday – including plans to regulate the...
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Data protection was once an overlooked area of the law, certainly in the media, sport and entertainment sector. Several years ago, during...
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Film productions may be eligible for a tax rebate equal to 30% of the direct film production expenses incurred relating to Hungarian...
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During the last decade, virtual interactions have become an increasingly important part of life for consumers and businesses. This trend...
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2021 marked a year of significant movement and development in the Australian sports broadcasting market, with many of the nation’s major...
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On 11 November 2021, the Committee of Advertising Practice, and the Broadcast Committee of Advertising Practice, published revised...
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Decision of the Outer House of the Court of Session in ScotlandIn a landmark decision, the Court of Session in Scotland have for the...
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There has been some drama in Chinese television recently. A show, “Leiting Zhanjiang,” or “Warrior of Thunder,” has been pulled from the...
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The Austrian Supreme Court (OGH) has rendered a judgment in a case concerning showing a football match broadcast in a pub without an...
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We recently obtained two landmark decisions on central broadcasting law issues for ProSiebenSat.1 TV Deutschland GmbH and Sat.1...
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Although some jurisdictions are facing renewed challenges to reopening and restarting production, many jurisdictions are open again and...
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Following our initial report on COVID-19: Media productions and filming  launched a few weeks ago, I am delighted to present DLA Piper’s...