European Journalism Centre
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|Headquarters||Maastricht, Limburg, Netherlands|
Its aim is to give further training to mid-career journalists and media professionals and says it is dedicated to the highest standards in international as well as European journalism. The institute also acts a partner and organiser at the European level for media companies, professional organisations, journalism schools and government bodies seeking to establish activities and projects.
They run the DataDrivenJournalism.net project which is acknowledged as a leading source of information about data driven journalism, and coordinated the Data Journalism Handbook, along with The Open Knowledge Foundation.
Its director, since 2006, is Wilfried Ruetten, also board member of the Global Editors Network since April 2011. He was previously the head of digital television at the University of Applied Sciences in Salzburg, Austria, and has worked in German public and private broadcasting as a reporter and producer (ARD, RTL Group...) as well as in journalism education.
- See, for example, The bond between data and journalism grows stronger, O'Reilly Radar, February 2013.
- The Data Journalism Handbook
- About EJC - The Team, European Journalism Centre.
- "Global Editors Network board members". Retrieved 19 June 2013.
- ejc.net, the centre's official website
- European Centre for Digital Communication 
- Crossroads, web magazine for expatriates in Maastricht, published by the European Journalism Centre 
- Eufeeds, aggregator of newspaper RSS feeds from all EU member states 
- Eu4journalists, background details and essential information about the European Union 
- DataDrivenJournalism.net - Leading website about data journalism
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