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EJC Updates Web Mag for Expats

24 November 2008 | PRESS RELEASE


The European Journalism Centre has updated its web magazine for expatriates in Maastricht, editor Sueli Brodin announced this week. 

The seven-year-old magazine, Crossroads, has been given a makeover and re-launched. Further, it now has its own domain name at: Crossroads, like most EJC publications, is also available via RSS feed. It is also possible to receive news updates via email. 

The new template allows the display of a larger selection of stories on the homepage, as well as dynamic new features such as video clips and a daily updated list of recommended news articles (both in English and in Dutch) via Crossroads’ account on Delicious. 

“Needless to say, I’m very happy with the new template and eager to explore the many possibilities it offers for further customization,” Brodin said. 

An overview of the articles published since our last update on July 14, 2008:

Crossroads: The Maastricht-Based, English-Language Magazine
The magazine, created by the EJC, become the reference publication in Maastricht, written for-, and by the international community living in the city. Garnering popularity throughout the years, the web magazine reached its fullest potential when moving to the web, becoming not only a medium for transmitting information, but also a platform of exchange for the inhabitants of the town.