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Marc Angel: “We socialists want 2.8 billion Euro for Creative Europe!”

Marc Angel: “We socialists want 2.8 billion Euro for Creative Europe!” 1200 546 SOS - Save our Spectrum

The Luxembourg Socialist Marc Angel has only been a member of the European Parliament since this legislative period. But he is already known in European cultural policy. Angel comes from Luxembourg City and is very rooted and popular in his home country. In an interview with SOS – Save Our Spectrum, he reports that he…

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Christian Ehler: “Recovery funds also for the cultural and creative industries!”

Christian Ehler: “Recovery funds also for the cultural and creative industries!” 1000 693 SOS - Save our Spectrum

The German Christian Democrat Dr. Christian Ehler is one of the most well-known culture politicians in the European Parliament. In an interview with “SOS – Save Our Spectrum”, he describes how the industry should emerge from the crisis and which festival he is most looking forward to after Corona. Ehler is a member of the…

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What the Corona pandemic means for radio spectrum policy

What the Corona pandemic means for radio spectrum policy 863 360 SOS - Save our Spectrum

Guest Contribution from Margit Stumpp, Member of the Bundestag (Alliance 90/The Greens), Anke Domscheit-Berg, Member of the Bundestag (The Left Party), Thomas Hacker, Member of the Bundestag (FDP, liberal party), Dr. Christian Jung, Member of the Bundestag (FDP, liberal party) Radio frequencies play a decisive role in ensuring whether a state can provide its citizens…

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Corona-Virus: Solidarity with the cultural and creative industries

Corona-Virus: Solidarity with the cultural and creative industries 2400 1350 SOS - Save our Spectrum

The European cultural and creative industries have been affected by the pandemic to an alarming extent. Thousands of events have to be cancelled. Organisers, distributors and artists are left with their fixed costs without any income. The initiative “SOS – Save Our Spectrum” welcomes all efforts to support companies in the cultural and creative industries.…

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“Bad Banks” Actor Marc Limpach: “The sound has to be right”

“Bad Banks” Actor Marc Limpach: “The sound has to be right” 1125 750 SOS - Save our Spectrum

Marc Limpach first received attention in Europe for his acting in the successful series “Bad Banks” aired on ZDF/arte. In the series, he plays the Luxembourg banker Luc Jacoby. Limpach, who is also a lawyer, got his start in the theatre world. He has been curating the program of the renowned Kassemattentheater in Luxembourg since…

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Book suggestion: „There’s not much in entertainment that provides an experience like live music“

Book suggestion: „There’s not much in entertainment that provides an experience like live music“ 1720 1292 SOS - Save our Spectrum

The new book “Rockonomics” describes the changes in the music world, its production, distribution, etc. Author is Alan B. Krueger, he was an economics professor at Princeton. He impressively describes the music business of today, and he has an international perspective. The author often looks to China, Asia in general, and also to Europe. All…

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5G and wireless microphones

5G and wireless microphones 1625 1125 SOS - Save our Spectrum

What is 5G? Can wireless production resources use 5G? Will there be a technical solution for radio microphones? Our graphic gives an overview and describes the problems. Here you can download the graphic as a PDF file .

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Frequency requirements for mobile radio

Frequency requirements for mobile radio 1625 1125 SOS - Save our Spectrum

How many and which frequencies does mobile radio need? What are the problems and what are the possible solutions? Our chart clarifies and shows which alternative is advantageous for all network participants.

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World Radiocommunication Conference approves studies on the use of the UHF band

World Radiocommunication Conference approves studies on the use of the UHF band 2560 1707 SOS - Save our Spectrum

The 2019 World Radiocommunication Conference (WRC-19) has ended. The result in one sentence: It was possible to prevent the early allocation of cultural frequencies to mobile radio, but only extensive studies up to the next World Radiocommunication Conference in 2023 (WRC-23) will bring the decision. It was close. But the compromise of the 2015 World…

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Germany: Shortage of Spectrum is noticeable – The future of UHF Radio Frequences

Germany: Shortage of Spectrum is noticeable – The future of UHF Radio Frequences 1387 1003 SOS - Save our Spectrum

Presenting shows and to guarantee speech intelligibility, event and theatre productions use wireless microphones. With the Digital Dividends 1 and 2, the creative sector has lost access to about 50 percent of the spectrum that it has traditionally had access to – a deficiency that massively restricts production. The substitute spectrum promised by the politicians…

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