East-West Church & Ministry Report
Vol. 3, No. 4, Fall 1995, Covering the Former Soviet Union and East Central Europe


News Reports on the Internet

Computer users have access to daily, weekly, and biweekly news summaries on East Central Europe and the former Soviet Union from a variety of sources via the Internet.
 
  Publisher Frequency Content1 Length1 Access Comment
Daily Digest Open Media Research Institute (Prague)
Daily
70% political
20% economic
10% social
10 pp.
Send the command "subscribe omri-l (first name, last name)" to listserv@ubvm.cc.buffalo.edu. Highlights recent events in two sections: former Soviet Union and East Central Europe.  No charge also available by fax or postal mail for a fee.
Transition Open Media Research Institute (Prague)
Weekly
70% political
10% economic
20% social
80 pp.
Contact Open Media Research Institute (OMRI Publications) for options and costs. Analyzes recent events in the former Soviet Union and East Central Europe. Also available by fax or postal mail for a fee.
Monitor Jamestown Foundation Washington)
Daily
80% political
10% economic
10% social
 8 pp.
Contact the Jamestown Foundation for options and costs. Highlights developments in the former Soviet Union only. Also available by fax or postal mail for a fee.
Prism Jamestown Foundation (Washington)
Biweekly
60% political
30% economic
10% social
10 pp. 
Contact the Jamestown Foundation for options and costs. Analyzes developments in the former Soviet Union. Also available by fax or postal mail for a fee. 
News Digest ITAR-TASS Russian News Agency (Moscow)
Daily
70% political
10% economic
20% social
1 p. 
Access on the World Wide Web at the URL http://solar.rtd.utk.edu/friends/news. Presents Russian government perspectives on events with English-language news briefs.  No charge. 
Romanian Press Review Balkan Media Group (Bucharest)
Weekly
30% political
50% economic
20% social
15 pp. 
Access on the World Wide Web at the URL http://www.halcyon.com/rompr. Discusses recent events in Romania from an independent Romanian point of view.  No charge. 
St.Petersburg Press St. Petersburg Press (St.Petersburg)
Weekly
20% political
30% economic
50% social
25 pp.
Access on the World Wide Web at the URL http://solar.rtd.utk.edu/friends/news Highlights events and trends in the St. Petersburg, Russia, area.  No charge.  Also available by postal mail for a fee.
Ukrainian Weekly Ukrainian National Assoc. (Jersey City, NJ)
Weekly
30% political
10% economic
60% social
 5 pp.
Access on the World Wide Web at the URL http://world.std.com/~sabre/ukraine.html Presents Ukrainian- American views on current events in Ukraine. No charge.
1Content and length estimates are averages based on recent issues.

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Compiled by Matt Miller.


Matt Miller, "News Reports on the Internet," East-West Church & Ministry Report, 3 (Fall 1995), 8.

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1995 East-West Church and Ministry Report
ISSN 1069-5664


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