In the framework of discussions on the quality of journalism, one of the main issues that has been frequently ignored, is the intertextual importance of linguistics, and the responsibility of journalists in preserving the structure of language, while communicating facts in an accurate manner. In practice, the Media, sometimes can be a threat to linguistics but at the same time be an excellent tool in the creation of new expressions or even a brand new language or a new grammar. For those…See More
The Danish International Media Festival is the biggest event for journalists in Europe. Since its start in 1996, the festival has grown steadily. The 2012 edition will attract more than 1100 participants.The media festival is an event which takes place every other year when the most interesting, current and deep-searching topics in the media and communication industry are presented. The media festival will be launched with about 70 different sessions to do with journalism, communication,…See More
The name of this supranational institution, says it all: European Union. However, how united are we?Jean Monet, one of the founders of this wonderful political creation, repeatedly said: "...there is no future for the people of Europe other than in union". Yet, long before Monet another French man, Victor Hugo, longed for a United Europe: “A day will arrive, where all nations of this continent, without giving up their particularities...." will be united.Nevertheless, we see in every country…See More
An European view on journalism.
Improve my skills as a journalist, acquire knowledge concerning Europe and build up a network.
I would also like to spend my next compulsory internship in the journalism path.
Tell us a little bit about yourself
I am a 29 year old French girl studying European politics in Sweden. After a previous work experience as a commercial, I worked as a volunteer in several medias across France and Sweden(newspaper and radio). I am currently studying to improve my knowledge in the European cultural, historical and political field.
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