And the winner is…

nicoleAfter a tight vote from the jury, we can announce that the best european blog is Netzpolitik, written in German. The best videoblog was, after the votes from the public,, from Spain. These were the complete results:

1. German: 12 points
2. English: 11 points
3. Spanish: 9 points
4. Italian: 8 points
5. Turkish: 6 points
6. Basque and Polish: 5 points
8. French: 4 points
9. Ukrainian: 3 points
10. Portuguese: 2 points
11. Russian: 1 point

These were all the blogs taking part in the final:

1. Basque:
Blog by teachers from a children’s school with teaching material

2. English:
A blog about food and drinks

3. French:
Its name says it all: Web 2.0 and Startups

4. German:
Political platform for freedom and openness in the digital age

5. Italian:
A multitasking girl in a multitasking world: web 2.0, e-learning, twitter, technology…

6. Polish:
Basically Polish Techcrunch

7. Portuguese:
Open texts and memories on the pretext of Education

8. Russian:
For Russian geeks

9. Spanish:
For people interested in the crisis and the economic context

10. Turkish:
A blog for lovers of vintage clothing and fashion

11. Ukrainian:
Blog by famous political strategist Oleg Medvedev in the Ukrainian Pravda

Photo by nicholas macgowan