Across the channel, Boris Johnson’s government is working on a new law that aims to regulate the activities of the streaming giant. First for the country.
In France, as elsewhere, platforms must comply with the laws and regulations set forth by the country that hosts them. In our green zones, media chronology specifically prevents SVOD services from providing movies released in theaters less than 3 years after their broadcast on the big screen. But if some rules are restrictive for Netflix and its sisters, the platforms are not put in the same boat as everywhere in Europe. For the first time in Great Britain, platforms such as Amazon Prime Video, Disney+ or Apple TV+ will be at the center of a new bill announced by the ministers for digital, culture, media and sport.
Boris Johnson’s government is working on new rules that will monitor the activities of American veterans. According to VarietyThis would obviously include looking at the age classifications of certain content, to ensure that it is appropriate for the target audience. They will also be subject to the standards of fairness and accuracy for documentaries and news programs.
give equal status to all
With programs accessible and pay-per-view all the time, platforms benefit from convincing arguments to compete with more traditional broadcast methods. However, the British government wanted to ensure that the fight between the two entities was fair. want a minister to explain “Level the playing field so that public service broadcasters can compete with their international rivals”. However, he did not specify which measures are currently being studied. It must be said that with nearly 30 million subscribers in the United Kingdom, the hegemony of Netflix, Disney+ and Prime Video is evident.
In France, this is a bit of a contrast to what happens when the chronology of the media is being studied for relaxation. CNC clearly aims to ensure keeping in mind the rapid changes in the culture sector and the increasing role of platforms. backup of the 7th Arts and Theater.