Euralva becomes part of the Wider Spectrum group Coaliation.
With this alliance we hope to work for a better Europe’s competitive position in the digital world, cultural diversity and media pluralism. At the time that we Take care on the quality of the content.
The Wider Spectrum Group brings together several organisations representing civil society as well as employee and employer representatives. Together these organisations represent the interests of listeners and viewers, workers and businesses in the field of audiovisual, radio, live performances, programme-making and special events. WSG members share a common view on the need to ensure European and national policies regarding frequency allocation preserves the potential for European growth, innovation and sustainable employment.