October 28th, 2010
As part of a renewed communication strategy, the European Commission is planning to boost pan-European TV channel Euronews, giving the broadcasting company extra funding to establish a bureau in Brussels. “The Commission will explore options for a more sustainable financing of Euronews. The building up of a Brussels studio for Euronews will be encouraged,” reads a note which the Commission published yesterday.
The idea is contained in the first EU Citizenship Report, which enlists a number of proposals aimed at improving the lives of EU citizens living abroad within Europe.
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