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Subject: RE: UKNM: continental European new media journals?
From: Bunder, Leslie
Date: Wed, 24 Mar 1999 11:01:28 GMT

Also, don't forget NUA at http://www.nua.net has some good Euro stats.

Leslie Bunder
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>From: Steven Carlson[SMTP:steveatisys [dot] hu]
>Sent: 21 March 1999 12:26
>To: uk-netmarketingatchinwag [dot] com
>Subject: Re: UKNM: continental European new media journals?
>Sean Phelan asks:
> > Can any euro-new-media-types recommend journals and magazines that cover
> > various European national markets?
> >
> > Ideally, I am looking for New Media Age and Revolution equivalents in
> > France, Germany, nordic countries, etc. etc. And if any of them have a
> > monthly site traffic table like NMA does, that would be great!
>I'm afraid I can't help you with print, but I can point you to a few online
>First off, I moderate the Online Europe discussion list, which is a contact
>point for European Internet developers and entrepreneurs. The people
>participating in OE work in a variety of fields that are presently being
>impacted by the net, including telecom, finance, IT, journalism and
>government. As the moderator, I work to keep the quality high and the
>volume reasonable, and as Sam will appreciate this is a tricky balance. In
>the last few days the list broken out in a spirited discussion of US
>investments in the European net, a topic which has generated traffic on
>UKNM as well.
>To subscribe to Online Europe, send a message to <europe-onatisys [dot] hu (mailto:europe-onatisys [dot] hu)>.
>Online Europe also works closely with two related services, Europemedia and
>Europemedia <http://www.europemedia.com> is a weekly news service covering
>the European net from a country by country perspective. News is submitted
>by volunteer country editors, and editored for clarity by the Europemedia
>organizers. The full stories available on the web, and summarized in a
>weekly email newsletter.
>European Websoup <http://www.dad.be/websoup> is a thrice weekly email
>digest of European Internet news, as reported in the press. At that URL,
>you'll also find the NetWatch cheat sheet, a one page summary of European
>Internet statistics, presented in PDF format.
> > PS: and is there anybody south of the channel reading this list? If so,
> > I would love to have a chat via mail, phone or over a beer about your
> > national market, and how it compares with the London - oops, I mean UK -
> > market.
>I'm a partner in a Budapest-based web development company, and I'd be happy
>to compare notes with you about the Hungarian and Eastern European Internet
>markets. I'd also be glad to answer any further questions about the
>resources I've mentioned.
>Steven Carlson A conclusion is simply the place
>iSYS Hungary Kft where you got tired of thinking

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