Comecon Media develops fact driven paid content media projects. It co-operates with some of the leading media companies in Europe and the USA, but also international financial institutions.

It is also looking into technologies to investigate, scrape, aggregate and refine data and facts to make them available to different public target groups.

On the one hand, Comecon Media has specialised in Central and Eastern Europe, and the former Soviet Union. But on the other hand, Comecon Media has penetrated the information areas of the European Union, particularly in the field of regulatory information and policy making. 

Below, please find some of the project we helped set up or are about to develop:

  • 2017 re-positioning and relaunch (print & online) of Poland's leading agricultural weekly Tygodnik Poradnik Rolniczy:
  • Since February 2017 developing the reach and business for Handelsblatt Global in Brussels
  • Ongoing: is an e-mail monitoring service, publishing its content tables as IEU telegrams, delivered to clients of German Press Agency / Deutsche Presse-Agentur, Factiva (Dow Jones), as well as to direct subscribers.
  • 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.
  • Consulting on various projects: Verlagsgruppe Handelsblatt (
  • Online development at Burda Russia.
  • Partner in the field of Central and Eastern Europe:
  • Founder of:
  • Consulting the relaunch of
  • Consulting the development of:
  • Several on-line launches for
  • Launch of daily newspaper and portal:
  • Integration and expansion management:
  • Relaunch of daily and portal:
  • Relaunch of weekly and portal:
  • Co-operation:
  • Consulting relaunch of Poland's leading agro-weekly:

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