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Welcome to EMMA!

Welcome to the website of the European Magazine Media Association, EMMA, representing more than 15.000 publishing houses across Europe, publishing more than 50.000 magazine titles.

EMMA promotes Europe’s magazine media in times of change, to ensure the long-term survival and prosperity of a plural, diverse, and economically successful magazine media in the EU.

EMMA is also the host of the Future Media Lab. think tank. For more information about the Future Media Lab please visit the website www.futuremedialab.info.

Germany’s magazine media: highly relevant, successful innovations and stable business trends – but in a very challenging regulatory environment

Posted on 11 April 2014

On Monday, 7 April 2014 Stephan Scherzer, CEO of the German Magazine Publishers Association (VDZ), presented the state of play of Germany’s magazine sector to the public. With more than 6.000 titles in print and digital the German magazine sector … More

EMMA is looking for a communications intern to help develop our biennial magazine: Empowering Citizens!

Posted on 1 April 2014

The European Magazine Media Association (EMMA) is a non-profit organization representing over 15.000 publishers throughout Europe publishing over 50.000 magazine titles in Europe, reaching on average 80% of European adults. 300 million Europeans read magazines on a regular, consistent basis. … More

The Future Media Lab. to host a crowdfunding workshop for media professionals in Brussels on 2 April

Posted on 19 March 2014
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BRUSSELS, Belgium – 19 March 2014 – The Future Media Lab., in cooperation with the European Crowdfunding Network (ECN) and the European Magazine Media Association (EMMA) is organizing a highly interactive and educational Crowdfunding Workshop on 2 April 2014 in … More

Journalists and publishers in Europe warn of the threat to press freedom following European Parliament vote on draft Data Protection Regulation

Posted on 12 March 2014

Rapporteur’s statement that “nothing will change for journalists” is strongly refuted Brussels, 12 March 2014 – A coalition of European organisations representing the interests of both journalists and press publishers[1] today criticised the vote in the European Parliament on the … More