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Dienstag, März 04, 2008

Citizen Journalism Project Lithuania: atvirai.lt

Tomek Albecki (from pino.pl / iThink.pl) - pointed us to his new Lithuanian citizen journalism site: atvirai.lt



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Citizen Journalism Project Lithuania: atvirai.lt

Recently a new - and according to Tomek Albecki (editor-in-chief pino.pl / iThink.pl) - the first real Lithuanian citizen journalism site started: atvirai.lt



Coordinator of atvirai.lt is Tomas Aleksiejunas

As I don’t read and understand Lithuanian, so I quote (and extract) some statements about the project from Tomek's eMail:


The project in Lithuanian is in an early stage. Until now, they have 40+ authors who published at least one article and 100 registered member or 'could-be-authors' and looking for more.

If we touch at atwirai.it some of the more controversial topic in our country, then we attract high interest and higher traffic. E.g. there were some articles about gays and we got a huge discussions and series of articles - for and against.

We tried to provide information for the target groups (politicians, non profit organizations), who could be interested in publishing their opinions in atvirai.lt. The first responses were very warm and good. They wrote articles, but the problem is that they are often ‘too serious’. The mainstream audience likes blood, celebrities and something like that, but we do not have such articles (yet).

As all Lithuanian larger news portals (lrytas.lt, delfi.lt, balsas.lt, alfa.lt, lrt.lt) have (separate) sections for citizen opinions, getting the word out about this initiative and developing traffic was not so easy.

Atvirai.it has a daily Lithuanian blog review - so we can network and help each other to grow readership.


Tomek Albecki runs also the Polish Citizen Journalism project iThink.pl

Mittwoch, Dezember 12, 2007

CEE Private Households: Internet, Broadband Stats 2007

Checking the penetration of Internet and Broadband access for a running project, I extracted some data on Internet usage by households, gender /age and broadband penetration in CEE / MOE countries from Eurostat's IKT research published two weeks ago (Nov 29, 2007)


Bulgaria - (Private Households)
Internet Access: 19 % (2006: 17 %)
Broadband Access: 15 % (2006: 10 %)

Internet Access (at least once a week)

Females
16 - 24 years: 61 %
25 - 54 years: 33 %
55 - 74 years: 5 %

Males
16 - 24 years: 55 %
25 - 54 years: 32 %
55 - 74 years: 7 %

Czech Republic
Internet Access: 35 % (2006: 29 %)
Broadband Access: 28 % (2006: 17 %)

Internet Access (at least once a week)

Females
16 - 24 years: 74 %
25 - 54 years: 44 %
55 - 74 years: 11 %

Males
16 - 24 years: 73 %
25 - 54 years: 49 %
55 - 74 years: 21 %

Estonia
Internet Access: 53 % (2006: 46 %)
Broadband Access: 48 % (2006: 37 %)

Internet Access (at least once a week)

Females
16 - 24 years: 92 %
25 - 54 years: 71 %
55 - 74 years: 22 %

Males
16 - 24 years: 89 %
25 - 54 years: 64 %
55 - 74 years: 19 %

Hungary
Internet Access: 38 % (2006: 32 %)
Broadband Access: 33 % (2006: 22 %)

Internet Access (at least once a week)

Females
16 - 24 years: 79 %
25 - 54 years: 57 %
55 - 74 years: 16 %

Males
16 - 24 years: 81 %
25 - 54 years: 54 %
55 - 74 years: 21 %

Latvia
Internet Access: 51 % (2006: 42 %)
Broadband Access: 32 % (2006: 23 %)

Internet Access (at least once a week)

Females
16 - 24 years: 93 %
25 - 54 years: 58 %
55 - 74 years: 14 %

Males
16 - 24 years: 90 %
25 - 54 years: 57 %
55 - 74 years: 15 %

Lithuania
Internet Access: 44 % (2006: 35 %)
Broadband Access: 34 % (2006: 19 %)

Internet Access (at least once a week)

Females
16 - 24 years: 86 %
25 - 54 years: 51 %
55 - 74 years: 9 %

Males
16 - 24 years: 87 %
25 - 54 years: 45 %
55 - 74 years: 10 %

Poland
Internet Access: 41 % (2006: 36 %)
Broadband Access: 30 % (2006: 22 %)

Internet Access (at least once a week)

Females
16 - 24 years: 77 %
25 - 54 years: 40 %
55 - 74 years: 8 %

Males
16 - 24 years: 77 %
25 - 54 years: 41 %
55 - 74 years: 12 %

Romania
Internet Access: 22 % (2006: 14 %)
Broadband Access: 8 % (2006: 5 %)

Internet Access (at least once a week)

Females
16 - 24 years: 48 %
25 - 54 years: 21 %
55 - 74 years: 2 %

Males
16 - 24 years: 50 %
25 - 54 years: 23 %
55 - 74 years: 4 %

Slovak Republic
Internet Access: 46 % (2006: 27 %)
Broadband Access: 27 % (2006: 11 %)

Internet Access (at least once a week)

Females
16 - 24 years: 73 %
25 - 54 years: 59 %
55 - 74 years: 10 %

Males
16 - 24 years: 86 %
25 - 54 years: 56 %
55 - 74 years: 14 %

Slovenia
Internet Access: 58 % (2006: 54 %)
Broadband Access: 44 % (2006: 34 %)

Internet Access (at least once a week)

Females
16 - 24 years: 82 %
25 - 54 years: 58 %
55 - 74 years: 9 %

Males
16 - 24 years: 83 %
25 - 54 years: 56 %
55 - 74 years: 16 %

For my Non-CEE (and not so CEE-tilted) readers:
Before you are getting edgy about this figures, in many CEE countries Internet access is still bloody expensive, so people do use the Internet much more (incl. for private use) at their workplace and/or school / university than at home.

Source: Eurostat ICT Stats

CEE Companies: Internet, Broadband, Homepage Stats 2007

Checking the penetration of Internet and Broadband access for a client, I extracted some data from Eurostat's IKT research published last week (Dec 7, 2007)

Bulgaria
Internet Access: 75 %
Broadband Access: 61 % (2006: 57 %)
Company Website: 31 % (2006: 33 %)

Czech Republic
Internet Access: 95 %
Broadband Access: 77 % (2006: 69 %)
Company Website: 71 % (2006: 70 %)

Estonia
Internet Access: 94 % (2006: 92 %)
Broadband Access: 78 % (2006: 76 %)
Company Website: 62 % (2006: 58 %)

Hungary
Internet Access: 86 % (2006: 80 %)
Broadband Access: 70 % (2006: 61 %)
Company Website: 47 % (2006: 42 %)

Latvia
Internet Access: 86 % (2006: 80 %)
Broadband Access: 59 % (2006: 57 %)
Company Website: 39 % (2006: 34 %)

Lithuania
Internet Access: 89 % (2006: 88 %)
Broadband Access: 53 % (2006: 57 %)
Company Website: 48 % (2006: 42 %)

Poland
Internet Access: 92 % (2006: 89 %)
Broadband Access: 53 % (2006: 46 %)
Company Website: 53 %

Romania (2006 figures only)
Internet Access: (58 %)
Broadband Access: (31 %)
Company Website: (24 %)

Slovak Republic
Internet Access: 98 % (2006: 93 %)
Broadband Access: 76 % (2006: 61 %)
Company Website: 70 % (2006: 61 %)

Slovenia
Internet Access: 96 %
Broadband Access: 79 % (2006: 75 %)
Company Website: 67 % (2006: 62 %)

Source: Eurostat

Donnerstag, Februar 08, 2007

MOE / CEE Werbeausgaben nach Medien

Hier das Update zu der Verteilung der Werbeausgaben nach Medien aus der Neuauflage der Standard-Datensammlung für Verlage mit internationalem Focus:

FIPP / ZenithOptimedia World Magazine Trends 2006 / 2007


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Die Neuausgabe der World Magazines Trends, mit mehr als 60 Länderübersichten gibt es bei FIPP

Sonntag, Februar 05, 2006

Internet Penetration in CEE / MOE Countries

Hier noch eine Übersicht zur Internet Verbreitung in den MOE/CEE Staaten:
Von Estland (50 % Penetration), Slowenien, Tschechische Republik, Slowakei, Lettland, Ungarn, Kroatien, Bulgarien, Litauen, Polen, Rumänien, Mazedonien, Russland, Weißrussland, Ukraine, Serbien und Montenegro bis Bosnien-Herzegowina (4,9 % Penetration).



Wer sich für die (ungefähre) Anzahl der Blogs in den MOE/CEE Ländern (und anderer europäischer Länder) interessiert hier (gibts ein PDF).

Media Ad Share in MOE / CEE Countries

Für einen kurzen Einführungsvortrag zum Thema Kommunikation in CEE/MOE Ländern in Stuttgart habe ich einmal die Daten für die Anteile der Werbeausgaben nach Medien zusammengestellt (Jahr 2004) - das Chart zeigt beträchtigte Abweichung in den einzelnen Ländern

Anteil der Werbeaufwendungen 2004 nach Medien


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Benutzt habe ich für diese Zusammenstellung Daten aus der Publikation World Magazin Trends 2005/2006 von FIPP / ZenithOptimedia.

Erwerben kann man die aktuelle Print-/Online-Ausgabe 2005/2006 beim FIPP für schlappe 330 UKP.