CASE COMMENTS : PROCEDURES – TELEVISION BROADCASTING – EVENTS OF MAJOR IMPORTANCE – ACCESS TO DOCUMENTS

Television broadcasting – Access to documents: The General Court rules on the exception relating to the protection of the decision-making process (Batchelor)

*This article is an automatic translation of the original article, provided here for your convenience. Read the original article. Trib. EU, 24 May 2011, Batchelor v Commission, Case T-250/08 A Member State may decide that events which it considers particularly important (Olympic Games, Football World Cup, etc.) should be broadcast on its territory on a free television channel accessible to a large part of the population. According to Article 3a of Directive 89/552, such measures must be notified to the Commission, which verifies their conformity with Union law. If they are in conformity, the Commission publishes them in the OJEU. The other Member States are then obliged to ensure that they are complied with by broadcasters established in their territory and transmitting to the

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Pascal Cardonnel, Television broadcasting – Access to documents: The General Court rules on the exception relating to the protection of the decision-making process (Batchelor), 24 May 2011, Concurrences N° 3-2011, Art. N° 38086, pp. 182-183

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