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Rikard Berglin left a comment for Alexandra Popescu
"Hi! I would like to invite you to join www.travelingjournalist.com. Traveling Journalist is a brand new hospitality network, tailor made for journalists. Over at Traveling Journalist we help visiting colleagues from around the world…"
Feb 16, 2013
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"welcome"
Sep 18, 2012
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Region
Europe
Job Title
Editor
Media Category
Print
Name/s of media you are currently involved with
National Geographic Magazine Romania
What do you hope to gain from this community?
Access to other media members' knowledge, experience and advice, as well as opportunities to get more involved in the international press.
Tell us a little bit about yourself
I've been working for 3 years for NG Romania as an editor; in the meantime I've also finished an MSc in Environmental Change and Management at Oxford University. I am very interested to pursue an investigative journalism approach to environmental and social subjects, which mainly lack on the Romanian media market. Working in an office and doing mainly online research has not allowed me so far to gain any in the field experience, but this is one of the main points I'm striving to change in the future.

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At 7:45 on February 16, 2013, Rikard Berglin said…

Hi!


I would like to invite you to join www.travelingjournalist.com. Traveling Journalist is a brand new hospitality network, tailor made for journalists.

Over at Traveling Journalist we help visiting colleagues from around the world with everything related to journalism.

This can be anything from a free place to sleep, doing research, interpreting, taking photos, video editing or booking interviews.

This way we can all travel the world for cheap, make new friends and make our jobs even more fun. It’s pretty great!

Traveling Journalist is totally free and always will be totally free.

Hope to see you there!

At 16:07 on September 18, 2012, Qamar-ul-Munir said…

welcome

 
 
 

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