Measuring, personalisation & privacyVR, AR, MRData, AI & ML


October 01, 2023 - September 30, 2026

Building a resilient data-driven ecosystem in the media sector

Project Inquiries

Partners: 1001 Lakes OY, ACATECH - Deutsche Akademie der Technikwissenschaften, Agence France-Presse, APA - Austria Presse Agentur (APA-IT, APA-DeFacto), Arctur, Asociation para el Desarrollo de la Economia del Dato (BAIDATA), Athens Technology Center Anonymi Viomichaniki Emporiki Kai Techniki Etaireia Efarmogon Ypsilis Technologias, CAP Digital, Comite International des Telecommunications de Presse- Agentur, Commission Superieure Technique de l’Image et du son CST, Consultores de Automatización y Robótica, Cultural Broadcasting Archive, Verein zur Förderung Digitaler Kommunikation, Dawex Systems, De Vlaamse Radio en Televisieomroeporganisatie NV, DPA - Deutsche Presse-Agentur GmbH, EBU - Union Europeenne de Radio Television, EITB Media SA, Engineering - Ingegneria Informatica SPA, Europese Culturele Stichting, Fincons Group AG, France Télévisions, Henneo Media SA, Ikonomedia AD, Institut national de l’audiovisuel (INA), International Data Spaces EV, ISAN International Agency, Media City Bergen, Media-IO, Orange Business Services, Panodyssey, Procirep (Société des Producteurs de Cinéma et de Télévision), Schickler Unternehmensberatung GmbH, Sociedad de Proyectos para la Transformation Digital SA, Software Quality Systems SA, Startin’Blox, Swiss TXT AG, The Netherlands Institute for Sound & Vision, WAN-IFRA World Association of News Publishers,

The innovation project TEMS - which stands for Trusted European Media data Space - is a joint undertaking of 43 organisations representing hundreds of stakeholders from 14 countries in the cultural and creative sectors, which aims to conceive and implement a common media data space across Europe.

The initiative is supported by the European Commission’s Digital Europe Programme (DIGITAL) and is a core element in the implementation of the European Data Strategy. With an investment of EUR 16.5 million, the consortium represents a milestone in the way the media sector will be able to share and extract value from data. By doing so, TEMS aims to support the economic development and future growth of local and regional media ecosystems across Europe.

Concretely, TEMS will lead the way for the large-scale deployment of cutting-edge services, infrastructures, and platforms. It will also address fighting misinformation, audience analysis, improving data flows in production chains, and supporting the adoption of AI and Virtual Reality technologies.

TEMS will evolve existing media platforms, embryonic data space infrastructures and provide open access to a common data space for any interested media stakeholder from any media sub-sector. This will help digital transformation and improve the competitiveness of the European media industry.

For more information please contact: info@tems-dataspace.eu or visit: www.tems-dataspace.eu