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For a long time it was seen as a virtue that the French press was not grilling politician’s private lives. I think that the French public owes a lot to NYC gossip press and NYPD when it was saved from a non-substantial presidential campaign about the respective personal characters of Messieurs Strauss-Kahn and Sarkozy. In… » read more

Posted by Dániel Antal

Which institution gets the most attention on the internet? Using the biggest search engines database, it seems that Commission rules the media attention when we talk about the EU. What is very interesting, that the Eastern and the new member states pay a lot more attention to the EU institutions than the old one. I… » read more

Posted by Dániel Antal

In the opening even of Think About It three blogging MEPs answered the questions of European bloggers. Richard Corbett (Socialist) said he does not allow for comments because another organized party would immediately fill it up. But all comments are welcome in e-mail. Christofer Fjellner (People’s Party) has a bilingual blog. Jules Maaten (Liberal Democrats)… » read more

Posted by Dániel Antal

2008 Weblog Awards

The annual internet voting for one of the biggest international blog awards, the 2008 Weblog Award is on. There are many categories, and I have found some nice hidden gems, like the practical Science Text in the hidden gem category. From the Central European Blogactiv blogroll there is one blog which is a finalists, so… » read more

Posted by Dániel Antal

The European Journalism Centre is launching a European blogging contest for bloggers, journalists and journalism students which will run throughout the official European Parliament campaign season. This an ideal contest for blogactiv.eu bloggers, or a great opportunity to start a new blog. There are a number of nice prizes to win, but probably the most… » read more

Posted by Dániel Antal