Marie-Pierre Moalic

Marie-Pierre Moalic

Policy Officer, AER

Marie-Pierre Moalic is the Policy Officer at the Association of European Radios (AER). She joined AER in 2017 and currently leads on a portfolio of policy files including ePrivacy, platforms and advertising related matters. She holds a Masters Degree in International Law from Paris 1 University and Masters Degree in EU Law from the University of Pau. She previously worked for the French Public Administration and a Law Firm based in Paris.

Association of European Radios (AER)

Website: www.aereurope.org

The Association of European Radios (AER) is a Europe-wide trade body representing the interests of over 4,500 private/commercial radio stations across the EU27 and in Switzerland.

AER’s main objective is to develop and improve the most suitable framework for private commercial radio activity. AER constantly follows EU actions in the fields of media, telecommunications and private radio transmission, in order to contribute, to enrich and develop the radio sector.

Furthermore, AER intends to promote the diffusion and the use of new technologies in radio transmission.

AER encourages co-operation between its members and with other European radio stations and associations, in order to preserve and develop freedom of speech, freedom of enterprise, private initiative and the protection of listeners.