Spotter, Echo and Carma appointed to monitor and analyse EU related topics in the media


By The Drum Team | Editorial

August 22, 2011 | 2 min read

Three companies have been chosen by the European Commission to monitor and analyse EU related topics, in a contract worth €7million over four years.

After a tender process, the framework contract for media analysis has been granted to 3 companies: Spotter as the second contractor in a consortium with Huntsworth plc, Echo, the first on the list, and Carma, the third.

Ana Athayde, Spotter's CEO, said: "Being chosen, once again, by the European Commission shows that Spotter's know-how and experience on European issues is recognised at the highest international level. I am very proud of the team at Spotter and delighted that our unique mix of technology and human expertise meets the expectations and requirements of major organisations."

Spotter's mission within the framework contract is to provide dedicated solutions for the European Commission with impartial and accurate media analysis of how the EU, the European Commission and EU policies and activities are perceived by the media and by different target audiences in member States of the European Union, as well as in a range of third countries.


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