Vartiainen to Head MEDIA Unit; Commission Launches Pilot Project

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Vartiainen to Head MEDIA Unit; Commission Launches Pilot Project


Blaney, Martin, Screen International


Finland's Sari Vartiainen has succeeded Constantin Daskalakis as the new head of the MEDIA unit at Brussel's Education, Audiovisual, and Culture Executive Agency (EACEA), with responsibility for the operational management of the EU's MEDIA Programme.

Vartiainen joined the EACEA when it launched in 2006 and initially worked as assistant to the Agency's director before being appointed as head of the human resources, comms and admin unit in 2009. Daskalakis will now take over this post vacated by Vartiainen.

Operating under supervision from its three parent Directorates-General (DG) of the European Commission (EC) - Education and Culture, Communication, and EuropeAid Development and Cooperation - the EACEA manages funding and networks in the fields of education and training, citizenship, youth, audiovisual and culture.

Moreover, last year saw the EACEA's MEDIA unit focus on the introduction of e-form applications and improvements to the evaluation process as well as preparing the transfer of MEDIA Mundus into its sphere of responsibility in 2013.

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This year also also seen further changes to the personnel overseeing European audiovisual policy in Brussels.

Philippe Brunet, head of cabinet for European commissioner Androulla Vassiliou, has been succeeded by Cypriot Yiannos Asimakis, who had previously been her deputy head of cabinet, while Michel Magnier, director of the Directorate E - Culture and Creativity, has now been appointed as the replacement for Vladimir Sucha as director, DG culture and audiovisual (EAC). …

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