Belgium-Brussels: Feasibility study on: Music Moves Europe – The feasibility study for the establishment of a European Music Observatory, and a gap analysis of funding needs for the music sector
Section I: Contracting authority
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Section II: Object
Feasibility study on: Music Moves Europe – The feasibility study for the establishment of a European Music Observatory, and a gap analysis of funding needs for the music sector
The general objective of this call is to elaborate a feasibility study for the establishment of a European Music Observatory, and undertake a gap analysis of funding needs for the music sector.
Feasibility study for the establishment of a European Music Observatory
The specific objective of the study is to analyse different scenarios for the set-up and operation of the Observatory, including considering the models from other European (cultural) observatories and the European Audiovisual Observatory in particular, taking into account the specific characteristics and requirements of the European music sector. The study should focus on the following aspects:
— Scope of the future Observatory (what data to cover),
— Identifying gaps in data availability,
— Costs and organisational basis for a credible Observatory function.
Analysis of market trends and gaps in funding needs for the music sector
The first specific objective of the study is to provide a state-of the art assessment on current market trends, explore opportunities offered to music by the digital economy, especially in relation to fairer structures of remuneration. The study will explore for each identified trend:
— What is currently being addressed sufficiently by the Creative Europe program and how;
— What is currently not being addressed sufficiently by the European funding instruments and how it could be addressed by its successor program.
— Provide convincing justification for the need of future support on European level, taking the principle of subsidiarity and the European dimension into account.
The second specific objective of the study is to undertake a thorough stakeholder analysis by ensuring transparency of identification and inclusion of all relevant partners of the music sector with a focus on the European level.
Section III: Legal, economic, financial and technical information
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Section IV: Procedure
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Section VI: Complementary information
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