Reporting directly from war, combat zone, disaster areas, is one of the greatest challenges of a journalist. There is no price for such a job, where one risks his or her own life. However, all journalistic efforts might go unseen, if there is no proper coverage in the Media and if short and brief pictures of war aren't well explained to the public. Therefore, we need journalists, reporters, photographers, but also special commentators that can tell us the impact of these wars, how does…See More
Dealing with the challenges of globalization and its impact on the Media, the need for solidary actions to help Media professionals worldwide, the role of HR Journalists, the increasing challenge of unemployment, safety issues, training needs,but also the impact of prolonged unemployment and employment, this group is for both freelance, credential and non-credential journalists, aprenttices, HR journalists,with focus on Learning and Development,Talent and incentive programs on private and…See More
Brussels Reporters helps correspondents to hit the ground running by acting as a central resource for all information. Join the Brussels Reporters group to get to grips with issues affecting your daily life and work in the European capital.
Welcome to the EJC's Online Community! Get started and have a look around :-) Here you can join and create groups, get involved in the online forum, check out cool photos and videos that others have posted, share your blog, and best of all start connecting with other media professionals from around the world!
I was also hoping that you might find the time to share a little about yourself to the other journalism community members. If you want, you can do this on the Forum. Just click to add a new discussion and make sure you select the correct category: 'Member Introduction'.