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claudia costa commented on Francesca Micheletti's blog post A (dismal) tour of Italian newsrooms
"Hi Francesca, I like your article but I am not 100% sure that the problem lies in the rise of non-professional journalists. I'd rather think that maybe the industry needs new ideas not just about the content they provide but the format this…"
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"... Reporting back, can I follow up on what Ioannis said? Just started to read this thesis and it proposes a business model that bridges the gap between public and private ownership. Via a trustee structure, built around codes of conduct, ethics…"
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"It is a great move in Italy's media recruitment history by Corriere"
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claudia costa commented on Francesca Micheletti's blog post Corriere della Sera is hiring! Or not.
"Brilliant post! Great (and sadly true) insights of the state of the journalistic profession in Italy. But I like to think that one day things will change....yes even in Italy where nothing ever does. Maybe the solution is to cut out the middle men…"
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jason brown commented on Francesca Micheletti's blog post A (dismal) tour of Italian newsrooms
". . .   Excellent atmosphere to this report. It ably describes the reality facing more and more journalists, as days turn to weeks, months and years.   Unfortunately it is this preoccupation with "business models" that is the…"
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June 16, 2011 from 7pm to 9pm
Linkiesta.it, il nuovo giornale digitale di approfondimenti e inchieste su temi sociali, politici ed economici, con una forte vocazione per l'analisi dei fatti nazionali ed internazionali, si presenta alla comunità di Bruxelles. La società editoriale è una start up nata nel 2010 condivisa da oltre 80 soci con due sedi operative a Milano e a Roma e un team di 14 giornalisti e una cinquantina di collaboratori. Prima public company in Italia nel campo dei media, il giornale è online dal 31 gennaio…See More
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Francesca Micheletti's Blog

A (dismal) tour of Italian newsrooms

Posted on April 29, 2011 at 18:00 4 Comments

As any good freelancer knows, it is a good habit to go and visit your editors personally whenever you have a chance to be in your home country. So I am just back from a tour of the newsrooms I work/have worked with in Milan, Italy, and the mood is rather gloomy. Empty seats and switched-off computers, dramatic cuts in working time, forced retirements, those who still cling on to their seats working desperately to achieve at least the same quality as before.

Even the editor in chief of…

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Update - Hunger strike at Corriere della Sera

Posted on November 17, 2010 at 23:00 2 Comments

An update on the hunger strike initiated by Paola Caruso, journalist at Corriere della Sera.



Paola ended her protest today after 5 days without food. She received hundreds of messages of solidarity from the web, from colleagues who are in the same situation but also from senior editors in other media: Alessandro Gilioli, senior editor at l’Espresso, wrote that this episode, perhaps the first of its kind in Italy, is not a good sign, neither for journalism nor for Italy.… Continue

Hunger strike at Corriere della Sera, Italy's most prestigious daily

Posted on November 16, 2010 at 23:30 6 Comments

Paola Caruso, journalist at Corriere della Sera, Italy's leading daily, has started a hunger strike to protest against her precarious working contract. Paola has been working for 7 years at Corriere, always on 1 year "flexible" contracts, which give no right to social contribution, maternity leave, sickness or paid leave.

In theory these are contracts for free-lancers, and they should not be renewed year after year, but in practice they are used for those who work as staff journalists… Continue

That thin line

Posted on November 6, 2010 at 16:56 1 Comment

The line between journalism and professional communication (public relations, marketing, advertising and such) is getting thinner. As institutions and multinationals invest more and more in efforts to improve their image, the media are getting weaker and weaker, as well as increasingly commercially-driven. Every day we hear of newspapers and newswires cutting on staff expenses, and if we look at Brussels, for example, the press corps has shrinked dramatically over the last few years.

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At 17:17 on November 6, 2010, maria laura franciosi said…
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