PROJEKTE/PROJECTS

At Comecon Media, we develop fact-driven paid content media projects. We co-operate with some of the leading media companies in Europe and the USA, but also international financial institutions.

We are also looking into technologies to investigate, scrape, aggregate, and refine data and facts to make them available to different target groups. We also support investigative and scientific journalism.

Comecon Media has specialized in two areas: Central and Eastern Europe, including the former Soviet Union, and the regulatory framework of the European Union, as well as the United Nations.

We have helped traditional quality media to perform better in the digital era. And we have launched new media and brands.

Below, please find some of the project we helped set up, or develop:
  • Since July 2019, interim change management at Wydawnictwo Gospodarcze, the publisher of several magazines and portals, such as www.wiadomoscihandlowe.pl:




  • Since February 2019 interim change management at Poland's leading agricultural publisher, issuing several magazines, and portal, such as www.topagrar.pl




  • February 2017 - March 2018 developing the reach and business for Handelsblatt Global in Brussels.
  • Since 2014, developing and publishing www.ieu-monitoring.com, an e-mail monitoring service covering EU policies in several areas, delivering targeted content to direct subscribers as well as to clients of Deutsche Presse-Agentur, and Factiva (Dow Jones).



  • dpa Insight EU started in October 2011 as part of the German Press Agency / Deutsche Presse-Agentur. CM founder Joachim Weidemann has been the head of this project and designed, among others, political dossiers as long formats.
  • Online development at Burda Russia.
  • Partner in the field of Central and Eastern Europe: ba-cie.de
  • Northern portal "Juwels of the North Atlantic" - JONAA

  • Several on-line launches for Olma Media Group in 2008.
  • Launch of daily newspaper and portal: delo.ua
  • Integration and expansion management: money.pl

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