The Baltics in English Language Media
To stay on top of the latest news from the Baltics or to explore a particular global topic in the Baltic context, use the list of publications below.
Central and Eastern European media that covers the Baltics
neweasterneurope.eu – the online version of the Warsaw-based bi-monthly print magazine New Eastern Europe that focuses on Central and Eastern European affairs and sometimes publishes exclusive reports or analyses on the Baltic States. Some of the online content is free of charge, but most of the texts are available only to subscribers.
emerging-europe.com – the news site of the Emerging Europe Alliance for Business Services, Innovation, and Technology. This organisation is an international lobby of businesses, associations, local and national governments, NGOs, and individuals representing former Soviet Bloc countries. The team behind the site offers reports and interviews, and covers the important events in the region.
upnorth.eu – the web magazine focusing on Northern Europe, that covers politics, foreign policy, music, art, design, architecture, and culture and offers its audience podcasts and videos.
tol.org – the source for news, research, and analysis that covers the region its editors still call “former communist countries”. Transitions Online is a continuation of the print magazine Transitions once published by the Radio Free Europe and Open Society Foundation. It has separate sections for each Baltic state. Some of the articles are free of charge, but most of the content is available only to subscribers.
Nordic Media that covers the Baltics
arterritory.com – the leading art news source covering Northern European art and culture. The website’s target audience is readers interested in contemporary cultural phenomena, and those who “want to make their life exciting and interesting”.
balticworlds.com – the online version of the Stockholm-based quarterly magazine Baltic Worlds. The magazine focuses on the Baltic Sea region and Eastern Europe and contains peer-reviewed analytical texts, features, and interviews by professional freelance writers.
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What are Resources for?
The section above is designed for news and documentary makers working in the Northeastern border area of the EU. However, it can be used by anyone consenting to privacy policies and adhering to journalistic standards. Local stories, fact sheets, and forecast reports are free of charge. In the near future, we will be collecting a small fee for accessing reports to be able to improve the service further. At this phase, we offer two or three original publications per month and invite you to reach out to us with questions and feedback.