Ioannis Seferiadis
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  • Círculo Periodistas Turísticos
  • Jason Brown
  • Desiree Ketabchi

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Ioannis Seferiadis is now friends with Círculo Periodistas Turísticos and Desiree Ketabchi
Feb 28, 2013
Círculo Periodistas Turísticos left a comment for Ioannis Seferiadis
"Hello, I want to ask you if in your country there is any association that brings together journalists specialized in tourism? Any email or website of them? thanks"
Feb 28, 2013
Jason Brown and Ioannis Seferiadis are now friends
May 25, 2012
Ioannis Seferiadis joined Hanna McLean's group

Tourism and Journalism

This group gives insight into the nature of tourism, as well as creates awareness of career opportunities. It aims to facilitate a dialogue with journalists covering the  business of hospitality, transport, and creating a link with the community and experts in this diverse and growing international industry. We, Media people are always travelling and it might help us to expand our horizons and get interesting links to exciting news, tips and tricks of how to get the best touristic deals, while…See More
Apr 18, 2012
Ioannis Seferiadis joined Arne Grauls's group

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.
Apr 13, 2012
Ioannis Seferiadis replied to Hatef Mokhtar's discussion The Oslo Times seeking journalists in the group Media Jobs
"Hi Haftef I’m a Greek journalist in Athens. You can find my resume on Please give me more details about this position. Best regards Ioannis Seferiadis"
Apr 10, 2012
Ioannis Seferiadis joined Arne Grauls's group

Media Jobs

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 Please note that this website is still in beta version and is subject to change at any time. See More
Apr 10, 2012
Ioannis Seferiadis joined Halina Jasinska's group


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 :)
Apr 10, 2012
Ioannis Seferiadis liked Halina Jasinska's group Travelers
Apr 10, 2012
Ioannis Seferiadis is now a member of EJC - Journalism Community
Apr 10, 2012
Ioannis Seferiadis liked Arne Grauls's group Media Jobs
Apr 10, 2012

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Media Category
Newspaper, News Agency
Name/s of media you are currently involved with
Athens Macedonian News Agency
What do you hope to gain from this community?
New perspectives and ideas
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It's a long story

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At 13:22 on February 28, 2013, Círculo Periodistas Turísticos said…

Hello, I want to ask you if in your country there is any association that brings together journalists specialized in tourism? Any email or website of them? thanks


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