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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.

European Journalists and Press Publishers urge the Justice Council to maintain current safeguards for Press Freedom in Europe

Posted on 10 October 2014
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Brussels, 10 October 2014 – Following the Council’s orientation debate on the draft General Data Protection (GDPR) Regulation, journalists and press publishers in Europe urge Member States to prevent any weakening of press freedom and give their full support without … More


Europe’s magazine publishers welcome new president for their representation

Posted on 1 October 2014
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Wednesday, 1 October 2014, Brussels – Members of the European Magazine Media Association, EMMA, welcome Auke Visser as the new EMMA President, effective as from today. He succeeds David J. Hanger, who is retiring following his nine-year tenure as President … More


EASA Welcomes President Juncker’s Focus on Better Regulation

Posted on 12 September 2014
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Brussels, 12 September 2014 – EASA – the European Advertising Standards Alliance, warmly welcomes the newly unveiled team and shape of President-elect Jean Claude Juncker’s European Commission.   EASA is particularly pleased to see the priority given to pursuing the … More


European press publishers urge the Commission to stop Google’s abusive promotion of its own services and restore competition to the digital economy

Posted on 4 September 2014
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Publishers and their trade associations call for rejection of a flawed deal and to enforce EU competition law properly to the benefit of consumers, publishers and businesses (European Commission’s Competition Investigation of GOOGLE – AT.39.740) Brussels, 4 September 2014– Newspaper … More