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The 26-27 October 2011: The night of the tweeting journalists

Let’s say this summit to save Greece and the Eurozone will have ended kind of late, late in the night. But those who were following these “events” won’t forget those brave women and men tweeting live from the European Council and Eurozone Summit of 26 & 27 October 2011.

Those heroes, those eurojournos, tweeting while others were already (or still) in their dreams, were (in random order; hope I didn’t miss anyone – if yes, please indicate in the comments):

At 3.30 in the morning of 27 October, tweets of most of these journalists were coming in announcing that a deal had been found. But that’s their story to tell, not mine.



12 Responses to The 26-27 October 2011: The night of the tweeting journalists

  1. avatar Dana says:

    @faisalislam, @edconwaysky
    PS: Would suggest to have an alphabtical list :)

  2. avatar Dana says:

    @heirbar @martinvisser

  3. avatar Dana says:

    @matjaztrost @jg_gallego

  4. avatar Ronny Patz says:

    Thanks Dana for the updates, I missed some of them because they were not using the #EUCO hashtag (or not much). I’ve included them in the list.

    And alphabetical lists are unfair, they always favour those who have the luck to have a good name (or chosen a good one on Twitter)… :)

  5. avatar Dana says:

    I see :) Was just easier for me to identify the ones who are already on your list :) But I’ll use CTRL+F

  6. avatar Paul says:

    Another summit slogger

    @RTENewsPaulC

  7. avatar Dana says:

    @vanessamock

  8. avatar straneuropa says:

    I thought nobody had notest it…. :-)

  9. avatar Macarena says:

    Great list! Thanks Ronny for the useful info (and Dana for the updates!)

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