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This is a group for all people who travel around the world. Here we can to get more info about country which we want to visit, to know persons from this country and I hope to know news friends. Join please :)
Sep 8, 2011
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Know of a top media job that you want to share? Post it here to reach all Community members interested in employment opportunities in the media industry.If you are looking for journalism jobs in particular, be sure to check out JournaJobs.eu. Please note that this website is still in beta version and is subject to change at any time. See More
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Future of Journalism

Journalism is facing a paradigm shift. The way news and stories are produced and consumed is changing. Join 'Future of Journalism' group to share your thoughts and shape your industry's future.
Aug 24, 2010
Gaia M is now a member of EJC - Journalism Community
Aug 12, 2010

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Region
Asia, Europe
Job Title
Journalist, Editor, Writer, Reporter, Web Editor
Media Category
Newspaper, Television, Radio, News Agency, Online, Print, Online Media
Name/s of media you are currently involved with
I recently worked with Al Jazeera, BBC and RAI.
Personal or Professional Website
http://gaiamanco.net
What do you hope to gain from this community?
Networking, support from fellow European journalists, story ideas. I also hope I could help others with my experiences.
Tell us a little bit about yourself
I am a European multimedia multilingual journalist with experience in online and broadcast journalism.
Competent in TV and multiplatform production, every day I juggle between at least three languages and three media, to find the best way to tell stories.
I enjoy researching international news and finding the human interest behind events and figures. I write articles and produce video and audio packages about society, healthcare, culture, international affairs and much more: I am passionate about the journalistic storytelling, whatever the nature of the news and the media outlet.
Italian by birth, I currently live between the UK and Germany, but you can also meet me in Milan, Brussels or Paris and I am ready to follow stories worldwide. Before moving into journalism, I lived and worked in communication and international affairs in Paris for five years and every now and then in China to practice my accent.
When I do not write, I write, travel, bake and make mistakes. I hardly do one thing at a time.

Contact me on Twitter @gaiamanco or at gaia{at}gaiamanco{dot}net

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