CMBA is an informal grouping gathering some of Europe's top media and creative businesses and industry associations. It was launched in 2004 to give the sector a strong and united voice at the level of the European Union.
Like-minded organisations, federations and associations from the European cultural and creative sectors have formed a coalition: Creativity Works!. Its objective is to engage in an open and informed dialogue with EU policy-makers about the economic and cultural contribution made by the in the digital age.
EDAA is the organisation responsible for enacting key aspects of the self-regulatory initiative for Online Behavioural Advertising (OBA) across Europe.
EJN is a global informal coalition of media professional groups and journalism support organisations working across all platforms of the rapidly–changing media, information and communications landscape. Its aim is to promote high standards of transparency, good governance, ethical conduct and self-regulation in journalism.
RAC represents advertisers, agencies and the media worldwide. Its members share a common vision for the promotion of responsible marketing communications.
AAPA represents companies involved in the provision of protected audiovisual services, security technology for such services, and the manufacturing of products which facilitate the delivery of such services. AAPA’s mission is to enable the fight against piracy by coordinating intelligence and action supported by effective legislation and its implementation.
AV coalition represents organisations of producers, sports rights owners, publishers, broadcasters, distributors, and cinema exhibitors active in the European audiovisual landscape.
EU platform for action on diet, physical activity and health is a forum for European-level organisations, ranging from the food industry to consumer protection NGOs, willing to commit to tackling current trends in diet and physical activity.
The ACT represents the European commercial broadcasting industry at conferences and forums organised by the EU institutions and other international bodies such as the European Platform of Regulatory Authorities.
The ACT has observer status at the following European and international institutional forums, committees and expert groups: