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NRC Handelsblad

This national evening paper published in Amsterdam was the outcome of a merger in 1970 between the Nieuwe Rotterdamsche Courant (est. 1844) and Algemeen Handelsblad (est. 1828). NRC Handelsblad ranks fourth in circulation among Dutch dailies and is undeniably the paper of record among the nation’s intelligentsia. It is liberal by tradition, rigorous by choice, and well informed across the board. It is known for its in-depth reporting and the high calibre of its foreign correspondents. 2006 saw the birth of the daily NRC Next, a tabloid-format edition targeting 20–35-year-olds with more cursory coverage of breaking news. NRC Handelsblad was the first Dutch national daily to launch an online edition , back in 1995.

Internazionale

Internazionale is an Italian weekly magazine founded in Rome in 1993. It has built a reputation as a magazine of reference in a country where international news is often neglected. Along with a selection of "the best articles in the international press", the magazine regularly publishes articles and opinions from globally known writers and intellectuals. Internazionale has an average of 3 million monthly visitors. It scores more than a million Facebook fans and as many Twitter followers.

Askanews

Askanews is an Italian news agency publishing everyday news and multimedia for other media outlets. It has two newsrooms, in Rome and Milan, and counts on more than one hundred journalists. Askanews widely distributes its contents through a well-established network of national as well as international media outlets and cooperates with partner news agencies abroad, such as Agence France-Press and the Russian agency RIA Novosti. Askanews relies on a network of correspondents based in different countries, including in Brussels, New York and Mosca. AskaNews has an average of 2.000.000 monthly visitors.

Journalism++

J++ is an international team of data journalism experts, with offices in Stockholm and Porto. In the team are specialists in research, data analysis, datadriven storytelling, newsroom programming, graphical design and more.

BiQdata

BIQdata is the website run by the data team of Gazeta Wyborcza, the biggest quality daily in Poland, since the 22nd of September, 2014. The first data team in Polish legacy media it comes up with stories on various topics - politics, business, health, education, culture and science. The calibre of BIQdata’s work varies significantly, from investigations to light-hearted pieces. BIQdata is digital native product but some of its stories appear in the printed edition of Gazeta Wyborcza.

Pod črto

The Pod črto project (in Eng., ‘The Bottom Line’) is Slovenian independent and non-profit media outlet focusing on investigative reporting, data journalism and in-depth stories. We founded Pod črto in September 2014. The team behind the project believes in the power of investigative stories and the importance of journalism in the public interest.

LocalFocus

LocalFocus makes it easy to analyze and share datasets with your team and export the visualisations for both web and print

EUobserver

EUobserver.com was founded in 2000 as an independent online source for news and information on European affairs. Its news coverage has a clear emphasis on human rights, transparency, anti-corruption, environmentalism and the democratisation of the European Union. Under Belgian law, it is a non-profit organisation, raising revenue on a commercial basis through a variety of income streams including advertising and book sales.

Der Spiegel

Der Spiegel is Germany’s leading news site. It also puts out an international version in English with translations of the best articles in the magazine, and runs various online-only sections of its own. As to videos, Spiegel TV presents four news bulletins a day (in German) as well as reports on current events and topical subjects.

VoxEurop

VoxEurop is a European news and debate website, publishing in ten languages. Born from a desire to continue the work of Presseurop, the news platform that closed in December 2013, it aims to cover current affairs for the widest possible European audience.