news aktuell GmbH

European news agencies reinforce Brussels reporting with the launch of the European newsroom

Del
Opening of the European Newsroom (enr) in Brussels, a joint project of 18 European news agencies. Patrick Lacroix (CEO, Belga), Vera Jourova (Vice-President of the European Commission), Margaritis Schinas (Vice-President of the European Commission), Peter Kropsch (CEO, dpa Deutsche Presse-Agentur) (left to right) / Editorial use of this picture is free of charge. Please quote the source: "obs/dpa Deutsche Presse-Agentur GmbH/Christian Charisius"
Opening of the European Newsroom (enr) in Brussels, a joint project of 18 European news agencies. Patrick Lacroix (CEO, Belga), Vera Jourova (Vice-President of the European Commission), Margaritis Schinas (Vice-President of the European Commission), Peter Kropsch (CEO, dpa Deutsche Presse-Agentur) (left to right) / Editorial use of this picture is free of charge. Please quote the source: "obs/dpa Deutsche Presse-Agentur GmbH/Christian Charisius"

The European Newsroom (enr), a joint project of 18 European news agencies, was launched in Brussels today. The aim of the initiative is to reinforce reporting from the heart of Europe, as well as fostering cooperation between international agency correspondents. The European Newsroom provides shared workspaces, technical infrastructure and an extensive programme of training and events. In the presence of Commission Vice-Presidents Vera Jourova and Margaritis Schinas, as well as around 200 guests from politics, business and the media, the initiators stressed the importance of international cooperation in the media sector and common efforts to fight disinformation.

“The correspondents of the European news agencies require optimal working conditions in the political heart of the continent,” said Peter Kropsch, CEO of dpa. “In Brussels, regulations are initiated that directly affect many millions of people. Not only in the EU member states, but also in the candidate countries. It is therefore essential to secure and expand independent and reliable reporting from Brussels and to provide information that can counter disinformation among EU citizens. That is what the European Newsroom is all about."

The European Newsroom (enr) has two locations in Brussels, with premises in the Residence Palace and at theBelga news agency. An overall 45 desks are available for correspondents of the participating agencies. The European Newsroom has been operational since July 1, 2022. Two on-site employees coordinate the activities of the enr. The agencies dpa (Germany), AFP (France), ANSA (Italy), AGERPRES (Romania) and HINA (Croatia) form the core group and the steering committee of the project. The European Newsroom is supported by the EU.

The initiators of the enr stress that the entire coverage from and about the EU will benefit from the diversity of perspectives represented by the European Newsroom. "When 18 European news agencies, each with their own national perspective on Europe, use a common newsroom, journalistic quality increases," says Peter Kropsch. "Big and small news agencies exchange ideas, learn from one another, but each continues to report under its own brand – that is the idea of this newsroom,” Kropsch adds.

The comprehensive EU reporting by the participating agencies will continue to run exclusively in their respective national wire services. Select content, such as brief excerpts from agency news reports, is published with a time delay on the European Newsroom website. This also includes dossiers from the contributions of the participating agencies. Important subjects such as rising gas prices, the global food crisis or the consequences of climate change, are examined from different national perspectives.

The steering committee welcomes Ukrinform in the enr project, to support the Ukrainian agency in ensuring its comprehensive reporting and integration in Brussels, in the framework of a Solidarity Partnership. Ukrinform is able to use all aspects of the European Newsroom free of charge. Poland’s PAP is taking on the status of Associate Partner. The group of enr partners is being joined, initially as Observer Agencies, by ANP (Netherlands), Keystone-SDA (Switzerland) and LUSA (Portugal).

All 18 participating news agencies:

AFP (France), Steering committee
ANSA (Italy), Steering committee
AGERPRES (Romania), Steering committee
APA (Austria)
ATA (Albania)
Belga (Belgium)
BTA (Bulgaria)
dpa (Germany), Steering committee
EFE (Spain)
Europa Press (Spain)
FENA (Bosnia and Herzegovina)
HINA (Croatia), Steering committee
MIA (North Macedonia)
STA (Slovenia)
Tanjug (Serbia)
TASR (Slovakia)
PAP (Poland), Associate Partner
Ukrinform (Ukraine), Solidarity Partnership

 
Picture is available at AP Images (http://www.apimages.com)

Contact:

German Press Agency dpa
Jens Petersen
Head of Corporate Communications
phone: +49 40 4113 32843
pressestelle@dpa.com 

Bilder

Opening of the European Newsroom (enr) in Brussels, a joint project of 18 European news agencies. Patrick Lacroix (CEO, Belga), Vera Jourova (Vice-President of the European Commission), Margaritis Schinas (Vice-President of the European Commission), Peter Kropsch (CEO, dpa Deutsche Presse-Agentur) (left to right) / Editorial use of this picture is free of charge. Please quote the source: "obs/dpa Deutsche Presse-Agentur GmbH/Christian Charisius"
Opening of the European Newsroom (enr) in Brussels, a joint project of 18 European news agencies. Patrick Lacroix (CEO, Belga), Vera Jourova (Vice-President of the European Commission), Margaritis Schinas (Vice-President of the European Commission), Peter Kropsch (CEO, dpa Deutsche Presse-Agentur) (left to right) / Editorial use of this picture is free of charge. Please quote the source: "obs/dpa Deutsche Presse-Agentur GmbH/Christian Charisius"
Last ned bilde
Vera Jourova, Vizepräsidentin der Europäischen Kommission, bei der Eröffnung des European Newsroom (enr) in Brüssel, ein Gemeinschaftsprojekt von 18 europäischen Nachrichtenagenturen. Foto: Benoït Doppagne, Belga / Editorial use of this picture is free of charge. Please quote the source: "obs/dpa Deutsche Presse-Agentur GmbH/Benoït Doppagne, Belga"
Vera Jourova, Vizepräsidentin der Europäischen Kommission, bei der Eröffnung des European Newsroom (enr) in Brüssel, ein Gemeinschaftsprojekt von 18 europäischen Nachrichtenagenturen. Foto: Benoït Doppagne, Belga / Editorial use of this picture is free of charge. Please quote the source: "obs/dpa Deutsche Presse-Agentur GmbH/Benoït Doppagne, Belga"
Last ned bilde
Peter Kropsch, CEO of dpa Deutsche Presse-Agentur, at the opening of the European Newsroom (enr) in Brussels, a joint project of 18 European news agencies. / Editorial use of this picture is free of charge. Please quote the source: "obs/dpa Deutsche Presse-Agentur GmbH/Christian Charisius"
Peter Kropsch, CEO of dpa Deutsche Presse-Agentur, at the opening of the European Newsroom (enr) in Brussels, a joint project of 18 European news agencies. / Editorial use of this picture is free of charge. Please quote the source: "obs/dpa Deutsche Presse-Agentur GmbH/Christian Charisius"
Last ned bilde
Margaritis Schinas, Vice-President of the European Commission, at the opening of the European Newsroom (enr) in Brussels, a joint project of 18 European news agencies. Foto: Beno•t Doppagne, Belga / Editorial use of this picture is free of charge. Please quote the source: "obs/dpa Deutsche Presse-Agentur GmbH/Beno•t Doppagne, Belga"
Margaritis Schinas, Vice-President of the European Commission, at the opening of the European Newsroom (enr) in Brussels, a joint project of 18 European news agencies. Foto: Beno•t Doppagne, Belga / Editorial use of this picture is free of charge. Please quote the source: "obs/dpa Deutsche Presse-Agentur GmbH/Beno•t Doppagne, Belga"
Last ned bilde
Opening of the European Newsroom (enr) in Brussels, a joint project of 18 European news agencies. / Editorial use of this picture is free of charge. Please quote the source: "obs/dpa Deutsche Presse-Agentur GmbH/Christian Charisius"
Opening of the European Newsroom (enr) in Brussels, a joint project of 18 European news agencies. / Editorial use of this picture is free of charge. Please quote the source: "obs/dpa Deutsche Presse-Agentur GmbH/Christian Charisius"
Last ned bilde
Opening of the European Newsroom (enr) in Brussels, a joint project of 18 European news agencies. / Editorial use of this picture is free of charge. Please quote the source: "obs/dpa Deutsche Presse-Agentur GmbH/Christian Charisius"
Opening of the European Newsroom (enr) in Brussels, a joint project of 18 European news agencies. / Editorial use of this picture is free of charge. Please quote the source: "obs/dpa Deutsche Presse-Agentur GmbH/Christian Charisius"
Last ned bilde

Om news aktuell GmbH

news aktuell GmbH
news aktuell GmbH
Mittelweg 144
20148 Hamburg

+49 (0)40 4113-32589http://www.newsaktuell.de

As wholly owned subsidiary of dpa, news aktuell provides business and organizations with effective access to media and consumers. Via the smart tools ots and zimpel, PR content accesses all media formats, including classical print, high click-rate online portals and social networks. In addition, news aktuell publishes all its customers’ PR content on www.presseportal.de, one of the PR portals with the greatest reach in Germany. By this means, all the relevant multipliers are reached globally, from editors, via digital influencers right up to specialist bloggers and interested consumers. news aktuell has been on the market since 1989. The company, with a staff complement of more than 135, has its headquarters in Hamburg. Other offices are in Berlin, Dusseldorf, Frankfurt und Munich.

Følg pressemeldinger fra news aktuell GmbH

Registrer deg med din epostadresse under for å få de nyeste sakene fra news aktuell GmbH på epost fortløpende. Du kan melde deg av når som helst.

Siste pressemeldinger fra news aktuell GmbH

Hankook iON Winter: new winter tyre for EVs29.9.2022 10:00:00 CEST | Press release

(Neu-Isenburg, Germany) – Following on from the Hankook iON evo summer tyre, the new Hankook iON Winter is the second member of the new global “iON” tyre family designed specifically for electric vehicles. The premium tyre maker thus aims to promote electric mobility even in the cold season. Characteristics of the new tyre include reduced rolling resistance and low rolling noise. Compared to conventional tyres, this means more range per battery charge and a better driving experience. In addition, the new Hankook iON products are specially designed to deal with the instant high torque produced by powerful electric vehicles. A special challenge: winter tyres for electric cars The Hankook iON Winter has a specially developed tread compound that ensures the lowest possible rolling resistance without sacrificing performance on wet and snow-covered roads. Natural oils ensure the necessary grip, even at low temperatures. The exceptional flexibility allows the tyre to adapt to the road surface

Hankook Tire Europe GmbH: Hankook and Formula E celebrate partnership launch28.9.2022 08:48:16 CEST | Press release

(Seoul, Korea/Neu-Isenburg, Germany) – As of next season, Hankook will be the new and exclusive technical partner and tyre supplier of the ABB FIA Formula E World Championship. At an event in The Swarovski Crystal Worlds in Austria, Hankook officially presented the newly developed Hankook iON race tyres to guests and representatives of Formula E, as well as the international media. The new tyre has been developed in close cooperation with the racing series and is particularly aimed at meeting the sustainability needs of Formula E and the future of e-mobility, without compromising motorsport performance, of course. Nearly 30 percent of the new tyre, which is specially tailored to the third generation of Formula E race cars, is made of sustainable materials. The Formula E teams currently have access to a tyre variant that can be used in both dry and wet conditions, in order to further save resources. Furthermore, the long durability of the tyre is another pioneering step. After the respe

TXOne Networks and Valmet to expand their successful OT/ICS cybersecurity services partnership22.9.2022 09:45:00 CEST | Press release

(Eindhoven/Tampere) – TXOne Networks, a global leader in ICS and industrial IoT (IIoT) security, and Valmet, a leading global developer and supplier of process technologies, automation and services for the pulp, board, paper, tissue, nonwovens, energy, marine and process industries, have announced a partnership. Together they will better equip joint industrial automation customers with the protection they need for today’s vulnerable OT (Operational Technology) environments. The combination of TXOne Networks’s solutions for security inspection, endpoint protection and network defenses with the leading Valmet DNA Distributed Control System (DCS), Valmet IQ Quality Control System (QCS), Machine Vision, Analyzers & Measurements, Valves and Industrial Internet, offers various advantages: It enhances the ability of industrial customers to better protect, respond, and recover from a cybersecurity incident with Valmet’s Cybersecurity Services. As Dr. Terence Liu, CEO of TXOne Networks, explain

I vårt presserom finner du alle våre siste pressemeldinger, kontaktpersoner, bilder, dokumenter og annen relevant informasjon om oss.

Besøk vårt presserom