eureporter offers the opportunity for organisations a means of influencing the opinion and decision making of the European Commission, European Parliament, other EU Institutions, policy makers and individual country administrations. Please view our video here.
Research shows that positive media coverage of business operations strongly influence policy decisions made by the European Commission, Parliament and other decision-making bodies. A comprehensive media plan is therefore essential to successful internal and external political communication and reputation management.
eureporter is based in Brussels and covers all aspects of EU political and business activity throughout the European Union.
The findings from the 2016, 2017 and 2018 EU Media Polls ‘What Influences the Influencers’, surveys by ComRes/Burson-Marsteller into the preferred news sources and social media channels used by MEPs, EU officials and opinion-formers in Brussels, shows eureporter top of a list of “very influential” media, with MEPs visiting eureporter online for news on EU issues.
eureporter rates at 8%, equal to the New York Times and the Wall Street Journal, and ahead of the Guardian Online (6%) as the online news provider of choice among MEPs, EU Institutions staff and Brussels decision-makers and opinion-formers.
eureporter audience profile
Twitter & Google shows our audience profile as:
59.4% are male
97.2% are married
28.7% are parents
36.2 yrs. average age
$42.9k/yr. avg. income
eureporter's followers are in their late thirties, typically married men with high income. The account has a notable audience concentration in Brussels.
Professionally, @eureporter's followers are lawyers, senior managers, consultants, sales/marketing managers and teachers. The account ranks within the top 10% of all Twitter accounts in terms of density of journalists.
In their spare time they particularly enjoy science news, technology news, history, art/culture and going to the theatre. @eureporter followers are charitably generous and very environmentally aware. Sports that rise most notably above Twitter norm include cycling and rugby.
As consumers they are relatively affluent, with spending focused most strongly on travel, technology and nightlife. Brand affinities far stronger than Twitter average include Ryanair, British Airways, KLM, TripAdvisor and Apple Store.
On social media they talk most often about news/politics, causes/beliefs and TV/film. Notable influences for this audience include The Economist, BBC News, Reuters, United Nations and BBC Global News.
eureporter is published online in English and 57 other languages, including German, French and Russian.
eureporter is viewed in 157 countries and territories throughout the world (Google Analytics) by an average of 70,000 viewers per day (Google Analytics)
All stories published online on eureporter are also automatically posted on all social media.
eureporter has over 30,000 followers on Linked In and Facebook residing or working within the Brussels EU bubble, and a considerable following on Twitter amongst decision makers residing or working within EU capitals.
eureporter is ranked by Google News and listed in a priority position as a trusted leading provider of EU news.
Additional news outlets:
We also own and publish the following news media:
An English language free to view news media
An English Language free to view news media
A French language free to view news media
A German language free to view news media
A Spanish language free to view news media
A Brussels free to view leisure & events media
We offer the following media packages to PR, Strategy and Communications clients:
One off ad hoc - per media – written stories.
- Publication of Story, Feature or Op Ed provided by client
- Writing of Story or Feature to client brief
Monthly subscription – written stories.
- Publication of Story, Feature or Op Ed provided by client – up to 8 stories per month in media of client’s choice – minimum 3 month subscription.
Note: Client may mix choice of media – so for example client could choose up to 8 stories per month, choosing 4 to be published in eureporter and 4 further stories each in 4 other news media.
Client may also mix story subjects.
Video interviews recorded and published online
- Single camera stand-up video max 5 minute duration interview in Brussels area
- Video round table discussion maximum 30 minute duration
Note: All videos are produced in full broadcast HD 1080p MP4 standard and published online via YouTube and embedded into our media. Videos are also available to client for onward pass to broadcasters of embedding in client website at no extra charge. Video shoots outside of Brussels by separate quotation.
For prices and further information please contact email: [email protected]