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. This blog post belongs to the #Media4EU Tour d’Europe series. Read the project outline, timetable and deliverables here, and the list of its steering committee here. Fondation EurActiv and the Institut d’Études Européennes (ULB) are initiating the ‘Media4EU Tour d’Europe’ project. This will gather perspectives from top quality media in Europe and propose initiatives… » read more

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Jean-Michel Bos [Connect Euranet/ Flickr] Jean-Michel Bos is Editor-in-Chief of Euranet Plus, grouping top national radios like RTBF, Radio 24 and BFM Business, now at risk of stopping. Well after the demise in 2013 of Presseurop.eu , the EU Commission apparently decided not to renew Euranet Plus’ contract, according to Ouest-France. Mr Bos spoke earlier… » read more

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Jean Brousse [Tendance Institut/ Flickr] Jean Brousse est administrateur du groupe « Centre France » (comprenant une douzaine de titres régionaux) et co-initiateur de l’étude « France créative ». Il a parlé avec Christophe Leclercq dans le cadre de la série #Media4EU. Pour lui, les échanges entre médias sont nécessaires, ils devraient passer du niveau… » read more

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Irene Toporkoff [Media Demain/ Youtube] Irene Toporkoff is the co-founder of a Paris venture providing ‘translated journalism’, adapting articles into English from top national media. She talked with EurActiv Founder Christophe Leclercq, as part of the #Media4EU editorial series, about various approaches to syndication, market trends and hurdles that the EU could help overcome.  … » read more

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This blog post belongs to the #Media4EU Tour d’Europe series. Read the project outline, timetable and deliverables here, and the first updates here.   The #Media4EU Tour d’Europe project will gather perspectives from some of the most experienced actors in the European media sector to investigate how national media can cooperate across borders in Europe.… » read more

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Ever scared by conference proceedings? Looking for novel nuggets, not the process details? Conveying conclusions and satisfying readers need not take much time. Focus: This short ‘check list’ is meant to increase the impact of conference reporting. Notably for advanced students at ULB’s Institut d’études européennes, including the MEUS (Executive Certificate in European Studies) course… » read more

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This blog post belongs to the #Media4EU Tour d’Europe series. Read the project outline, timetable and deliverables here, and the first updates here.   ‘Don’t ask what the media can do for EU, but think what Europe and media could do together’ “The EU never handled the media like a normal economic sector. Rather: regulating… » read more

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At press conferences debriefing today’s EU27 Summit, the French and German leaders differed by more than nuances. Here are straight quotes, to avoid translation losses: – Francois Hollande stated: ‘Ce mandat [exit negotiations] sera exercé par le Conseil, avec l’appui de la Commission européenne, et celui du Parlement car c’est l’émanation, aussi, de la légitimité… » read more

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La semaine dernière, j’étais présent aux IVème Assises européennes du plurilinguisme, organisée par l’Observatoire européen du plurilinguisme et par l’association GEM+ pour une Gouvernance Européenne Multilingue. Les deux grands sujets de l’évènement étaient le plurilinguisme et la créativité et comment l’un et l’autres sont très compatibles lorsqu’il faut s’adresser à un publique multilingue et varié.… » read more

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A short story about unintended consequences in European politics. Set two years from now, after a close ‘no’ to the EU All fictional. Well, not quite… (Do spot how 12 key politicians may change jobs… David Cameron, Boris Johnson, Theresa May, David Miliband, Jeremy Corbyn, Jean-Claude Juncker, Angela Merkel, Ursula Van der Leyen, Alain Juppé,… » read more

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  Les Assises du Journalisme ont été créées en 2006 par l’association ‘Journalisme & Citoyenneté’. Durant trois jours, les Assises proposent des ateliers de formation professionnelle, des débats publics et soirées spéciales autour des grands thèmes de l’actualité nationale et internationale mais aussi des expositions, des ateliers d’éducation à l’information, puis des remises de Prix.… » read more

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  The European Commission’s DG CONNECT consults stakeholders with a survey on the Future of Media for the new H2020 Work Programme. EurActiv among others contributed, and provides summary of its answers. You are welcome to comment here publicly – adding a link to your view – or in person.     Online publishing has… » read more

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Vous pouvez également trouver ce blog post en anglais ici.   EurActiv : innovate with Média 2015 a été une année record, à la fois en terme de nombre de lecteurs et de ventes. La couverture solide des principaux événements de 2015 (l’instabilité de l’euro, les attentats, l’immigration, etc.) a été renforcée par la nouvelle… » read more

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You can also see the French version of this blog post here. EurActiv: innovate with Média 2015 has been a record-setting year for both user traffic to our content and sales to our business. Fuelled by strong coverage of key events in 2015 (euro instability, terror attacks, migration flows, etc.) and related policy debates, and… » read more

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  On Wednesday, November 18, I was honoured to be at the head table of this award ceremony. Indeed, EurActiv was a media partner of the EU web awards 2015. I liked the way Daniela Vincenti, our Editor-in-chief, handed one of the awards, and added, tongue-in-cheek: ‘EurActiv has many award-winning journalists, it’s time we give… » read more

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    An Opinion Editorial, summarising this blog post, was published on EurActiv.de on the 27th of November 2015. See this version here.   Der Tagesspiegel, media partner of EurActiv in Germany, organises lunchtime meetings around guest speakers. I was honoured to speak there. Here are my (fairly draft-like) notes and 2 exhibits. @LeclercqEU «… » read more

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‘Mass for Europe’: this traditional Catholic ceremony kicks off a new ‘school year’ for EU institutions, and I attended it for the first time. Mainly EU officials participate, plus a few dignitaries like MEPs and the Luxembourg royals (current EU presidency).And of course bishops, priests, and the organising staff of COMECE (Commision des Conferences d’Eveques… » read more

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  Tokyo’s publishing empire will purchase Europe’s largest business newspaper (and its sister publication The Economist is also up to sale) . Is this ‘business as usual’, or does the pink newspaper matter for Europe? My view in short: This is not good news for Europe, lose one more media brand to a foreign owner.… » read more

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