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  • Title: Homepage - European Journalism Centre
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Alternative.. Weblogs.. References.. Maps.. E-Books.. Production tools.. News.. Press Releases.. Mission statement.. The team.. Board of directors.. Partners.. Blog.. Contact.. Search the website.. about ejc.. sitemap.. search.. Media News.. Friday, June 15, 2012.. Televisa gets green light on controversial telecom deal.. In a highly controversial decision, Mexico's antitrust regulator on Thursday conditionally approved a joint telecom venture between media giant Televisa and rival network TV Azteca's sister company Iusacell.. Televisa agreed in April 2011 to purchase a 50 percent stake in cell phone company Iusacell for USD 1.. 6bn, which would mark Televisa's first foray into the wireless telephone business.. But the Federal Competition Commission (CFC) halted the deal because of price-fixing concerns.. The watchdog expressed concern that the tie-up could generate collusion between networks Televisa and TV Azteca in the setting of advertising rates for the television and telecom sectors.. Televisa and Iusacell appealed the commission's ruling and on Thursday the CFC reversed its decision, clearing the way for a conditional alliance.. Among the conditions imposed by the CFC, the regulator said that a broadcast license for a third national channel must be granted within two years; if not, the Iusacell partnership will be dissolved.. Just last week Mexico announced the auction of two digital terrestrial channels in response to demands for more competition in the broadcast TV market.. Currently, the television duopoly of Televisa and TV Azteca control a combined 95 percent of the nation's television stations.. (.. Hollywood Reporter.. ).. Other stories:.. Britain Prime Minister David Cameron testifies in media inquiry.. Twitter says expanded postings will show more media content.. Microsoft buys Yammer for USD 1.. 2bn.. Russian investigator denies threatening reporter.. New report examines revenue streams of US nonprofit media as they learn to fish for themselves.. EJC’s new book Revolution: Share! explores the democratic heart of social media.. EJC’s new book, Revolution: Share!, takes a fresh look at the role social media play in pro-democratic movements.. Tackling a number of assumptions and generally held opinions, the author, Moran Barkai, examines these developments in order to get a closer look at the real influence that Facebook, Twitter, YouTube and the like have on political change.. Posted on June 14, 2012 by EJC.. Filed under.. announcements.. Winners of the first edition of the Data Journalism Awards announced.. The six winners and the three honorable mentions of the first edition of the Data Journalism Awards (DJA) organised by the Global Editors Network (GEN) were announced on 31 May during the DJA Ceremony hosted at the News World Summit in Paris.. A jury of 10 leading data journalism experts, led by ProPublica founder Paul Steiger, chose one winner out of 9 or 10 nominees for each of the six categories of the awards.. Each winner was rewarded with EUR 7.. 500 and a certificate designed by famous French newspaper cartoonist Plantu.. Read more.. Posted on May 31, 2012 by EJC.. JournaJobs.. eu launches.. The European Journalism Centre (EJC) is launching the new online platform.. eu.. in order to meet the demand for a centralised, international, multi-lingual, and comprehensive professional journalism jobs listing page that offers permanent positions as well as temporary work, freelance assignments, and journalism internships.. counteracts the fragmentation of the job market for journalists.. It meets the challenge of bringing together professionals looking for employment with the various organisations offering it.. Posted on May 23, 2012 by EJC.. Free handbook helps journalists use data to improve the news.. The Data Journalism Handbook is a free, open-source book that aims to help journalists to use data to improve the news.. It will be launched on Saturday 28th April, at Italy’s leading journalism event, the International Journalism Festival in Perugia, which attracts thousands of journalists from around the world for a week of talks and workshops.. The Data Journalism Handbook  ...   in Rome.. A woman dressed in business attire drinks her espresso while browsing the.. European Daily.. in a noisy cafeteria.. At the same time in Stockholm, an Erasmus student from Bulgaria is absorbed in a report from the same paper about his country being finally accepted into the Schengen area.. Although just a scenario right now, these scenes could soon become reality with the expected launch of the European Daily newspaper in early autumn.. 10 tips to help you craft more authentic and informed travel journalism.. If you’re lusting after bylines in the travel section, here are 10 tips to help you craft more authentic and informed travel journalism, gathered from the UN World Tourism’s two-day conference on the Red Sea.. The uneasy but essential evolution of news.. Technology and social media are shifting the power balance from publishers and broadcasters to consumers.. The audience, empowered with tools to choose, create, enrich and share, is the new superuser offering alternative information destinations.. What must media organisations do to survive?.. Featured Video.. The decline of the US print media.. In 1972, a bungled burglary at the Democratic Party's office in Washington triggered one of the most famous political scandals in history.. Watergate led to the resignation of Richard Nixon, the only US president ever to do so, and launched the Washington Post into the media hall of fame thanks to the work of two of its reporters on that story.. Since then the names of Carl Bernstein and Bob Woodward have been synonymous with quality investigative journalism.. But 40 years later, times have changed.. Some say that the Post is a shadow of its former self and that while the paper made its name speaking truth to power -- it has now merely become a function of it.. Al Jazeera's programme Listening Post takes a look at the legacy of the Washington Post, the decline of the US printed press and the challenges for investigative journalism in a digital age.. Media Resource.. The Journalist’s Toolbox.. The Journalist's Toolbox is a continuously updated list links to useful links and resources for reporters, editors and academics on a wide range of topics including copy editing, search engines, business news, ethics and global journalism.. The service is curated by online journalism instructor Mike Reilly for the Society of Professional Journalists in Indianapolis, Indiana, US.. Read full review.. Recommended.. The magazine industry: Non-news is good news.. The threat of the internet has forced magazines to get smarter.. 7 ways journalists can make better ethical decisions when using Facebook.. Journalists using Facebook as a reporting tool have likely faced some ethical questions about what is and isn’t appropriate — particularly when it comes to the information they post and the way they interact with sources on the site.. Forty years after Watergate, investigative journalism is at risk.. Investigative reporting in America did not begin with Watergate.. But it became entrenched in American journalism — and has been steadily spreading around the world — largely because of Watergate.. Europe and Consumer Groups at Odds Over Restricted Net Access.. In Europe, the debate over unrestricted Internet access — so-called net neutrality — has shifted to a core question: How much should the European Union intervene when mobile Internet service providers restrict Web access?.. How to break news on Twitter.. The information age has brought the media industry an entirely new brand of breaking news—the kind that is posted, tweeted, re-tweeted and shared.. Here are tips from a recent Muck Rack chat on how to do it.. Treading a Fine Line by Teaching Journalism in China.. On a Monday afternoon, Peter Arnett took his class of Chinese journalism students to the outskirts of the southern coastal city of Shantou, to a park dedicated to remembering the turmoil of the Cultural Revolution.. Lithuanian journalist to discuss his fight for free speech in Europe.. Algirdas Paleckis -- a well-known Lithuanian politician, diplomat and journalist -- has become a symbol of the fight for freedom of speech in Europe.. UK: Johnston Press begins its wave of relaunches.. Johnston Press (JP) is publishing the first wave of its relaunched newspapers this week with 22 redesigned titles.. back to top.. |.. Terms of service.. and.. Copyright 1992- 2011 European Journalism Centre.. All rights reserved.. Valid.. XHTML.. CSS.. European Journalism Centre.. Sonneville-lunet 10.. 6221KT Maastricht.. The Netherlands.. Tel.. : +31 43 325 40 30.. Fax : +32 2 400 42 20.. E-mail:.. info[at]ejc.. net..

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