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Young people in a changing (media) climate

May 7, 2012 – 08:16 |

At 30 I’m not sure I can still count myself as a ‘young per­son’ (espe­cially as I have spent quite a bit of the last 10 years as a ‘youth worker’), but with hope­fully 50 – 70% of my life …

CAP: Communicating Agricultural Policy">CAP: Communicating Agricultural Policy

February 20, 2012 – 14:45 |

Agri­cul­tural and Rural Con­ven­tion (ARC 2020) join­ing the dots through transna­tional exchanges

Press: are we condemned to say goodbye?

November 29, 2011 – 14:13 |

In a recent inter­view for the Swiss daily La Tri­bune, the Pres­i­dent of the World Intel­lec­tual Prop­erty Organ­i­sa­tion, Fran­cis Gurry, declared that ‘ in a few years, we won’t find news­pa­pers any­more, not as we know them …

A European foundation working on the creation of a bloggers’ European community

September 13, 2011 – 19:39 |

The 100% citizen’s, par­tic­i­pa­tive media Ago­raVox was cre­ated in 2005. Carlo Rev­elli thought it a few years ago. He wanted to cre­ate some­thing to reduce the gap between the Euro­pean infor­ma­tion flow on the Inter­net and …

Do digital media favor the creation of a European public sphere ?

June 20, 2011 – 15:40 |

Intranet, social net­works, blog­ging and micro-blogging… The dig­i­tal media dis­tin­guish them­selves by the fast and transna­tional dis­sem­i­na­tion of infor­ma­tion. Euro­pean infor­ma­tion strug­gles to carve out a place in tra­di­tional media. Web 2.0 pro­vides it a new scope …

Europe through the Twitter lens

May 3, 2011 – 15:52 |

Today is World Press Free­dom Day, and the UN has decided to make it all about the web. So we decided to come back on that issue that has been strangely miss­ing from our White Paper (yes, we know).

On the day the World press is look­ing closely at the impact of the inter­net, we decided to right that wrong.

A journalist? What for?

March 28, 2011 – 14:31 |

The ques­tion was asked dur­ing the sec­ond edi­tion of the “Assises Inter­na­tionales du Jour­nal­isme et de l’information”, which took place in Lille, in May 2008.
The his­to­rian of media Patrick Eveno iron­icly began his answer: “What an …

European Council live on Twitter

March 24, 2011 – 11:31 |

A week ago, we reported on the EU Pilot project of let­ting blog­gers into the Council’s den. Now, as Brus­sels is packed with Euro­pean demon­stra­tors, min­is­ters and secu­rity ser­vices, two French jour­nal­ists are live tweeting …

Does the internet’s interactivity foster the European debate?

March 22, 2011 – 13:55 |

The inter­net and social media have had a tremen­dous impact on jour­nal­ism and Euro­pean jour­nal­ism. Be it on news web­site, blogs or social net­works, Euro­pean infor­ma­tion can be found all over the web. Nowa­days, Euro­pean Commissioners …

EU Council (Video)">Live blogging a EU Council (Video)

March 18, 2011 – 11:26 |

Polit­i­cal sci­en­tist and blog­ger at the EU Com­pet­i­tive­ness Coun­cil Ronny Patz (@ronpatz) explains his first expe­ri­ence as accred­ited blog­ger at the Coun­cil. He was alone the first day. The sec­ond blog­ger, @europasionaria, could only come …

Live blogging a European Council: a new step forward

March 16, 2011 – 16:11 |

On 9 and 10 March 2011, a pilot project was done in Brus­sels at the Euro­pean Coun­cil on Com­pet­i­tive­ness. For the first time, two blog­gers were accred­ited to the Euro­pean insti­tu­tions as blog­gers. They were live blogging …

Interview: “Women feel their cause is not represented at European level”

March 8, 2011 – 17:46 | 2 Comments

Citoyennes pour l’Europe is a new blog to be launched in a few weeks. On the Inter­na­tional Women’s Day, we talked to co-founder Cather­ine Verger.