07:00 / 07:05
Illustrations of time changes: Time lapses, clocks and watches. Time change can be problematic for children, the elderly, and animals. Milking cows/waking a toddler/ earlier breakfast and running to make the school bus.
16:00 / 16:05
The EP Press Service holds a press briefing before the plenary session (25-28 March 2019) in the European Parliament in Strasbourg.
19:00 / 19:05
Exterior and interior shots of the European Parliament during the plenary session (25-28 March 2019) in Strasbourg.
19:10 / 19:15
During the plenary session (22-25 March 2019) in Strasbourg, Antonio TAJANI, EP President, gives the opening remarks.
19:15 / 19:20
During the plenary session (25-28 March 2019) in the European Parliament in Strasbourg, MEPs debate the report on financial crimes, tax evasion and tax avoidance.
The Multimedia Centre is a valuable source of information to cover the latest news stories from the European Parliament. Whether it is Europe by Satellite news summaries, live video/audio, edited video, photographs, or archive material, we can help you get the content you need for coverage of European Parliament activities, or simply to stay informed. Further, animated videos and infographics explain Parliament's priority topics and procedures.
The European Parliament provides support to media professionals covering parliamentary activities, providing both content and technical facilities for video, radio, multimedia and photo production. Our programming consists of a mix of live events, news summaries of EP activities, illustrative stockshots and coverage of key events, including official visits abroad.
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