MIL OSI – Source: Axel Springer in English – Press Release/Statement
Headline: POLITICO launches new data based platform
“DataPoint” provides analyses on all topics of POLITICO Pro
Today in Brussels, POLITICO announced the launch of DataPoint in Europe, the first data journalism platform, as part of its premium subscription service POLITICO Pro.
DataPoint is a library of data presentations that are customizable and downloadable into your own presentations. A team of POLITICO journalists and data analysts conduct research and distill complex analysis into neat slides for professional use. DataPoint alleviates the need for building text-heavy explainers, saving you time and resources.
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“Beginning with DataPoint, we’re investing heavily into data journalism and tools for professionals,” said Johannes Boege, chief product officer at POLITICO Europe. “POLITICO Pro subscribers will now have our invaluable journalism and intelligence, and user-friendly data tools at their disposal. Our goal is to empower professionals with informed decision-making.”
Subscribers will have access to the full library spanning all policy areas that we cover: technology, agriculture & food, energy & climate, financial services, health care, transportation, trade, Brexit, sustainability, data & digitization, budget, and competition. DataPoints are available in PPT, PDF, and JPG formats.
To learn more about DataPoint, request a free trial on our website.
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