Journalists, prepare for Hungary's takeover the Presidency of the Council of the European Union on January 1, 2011.
The European Journalism Centre, in cooperation with the European Commission, has published a free e-booklet, 'Reporting the Hungarian EU Presidency'.
Wikileaks spin-off Brussels Leaks launched out of the blue last Thursday to much excitement in the European capital and Twittersphere beyond.
The European Journalism Centre's exclusive email interview with an anonymous representative is amongst the very first media contact with the fledgling European whistleblower organisation.
The graphic genius of political cartoons are enjoying a new global audience thanks to soon-to-be-launched website Cartoon Movement.
Scheduled to go live on 15 December, the site is a collaborative publishing platform dedicated to high quality political cartoons and comic journalism.
Innovation is a key topic for the European Union. With countries like China and India snapping at the region's heels, the need to compete on a global level has never been so important.
Journalists will play a key role in communicating the successes - and failures - of new 'Innovation Europe' policy.
On his recent visit to EJC's Media NGO Fair 2010 in Maastricht, Netherlands, Josh Friedman, professor at the Graduate School of Journalism, Columbia University, shared his thoughts on the future of journalism in the United States.