Johannes Kr Kristjansson
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Johannes Kr Kristjansson and Malik Usman are now friends
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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.
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On the Road to the EU

EU Candidate Countries' Forum: This is a group for journalists from EU candidate countries to discuss and share ideas and thoughts.
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Investigative Journalism

"Seeking to tell the documented truth, critically and in depth, without fear or favour"
Oct 17, 2011
Johannes Kr Kristjansson liked Emma Brewin's group Investigative Journalism
Oct 17, 2011
Johannes Kr Kristjansson posted a status
"Looking through this community. And looking for tools to find tax havens that icelanders have used after the financial collapse."
Oct 17, 2011
Johannes Kr Kristjansson is now a member of EJC - Journalism Community
Oct 17, 2011

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Region
Europe
Job Title
Journalist, Reporter
Media Category
Television
Name/s of media you are currently involved with
RÚV
Personal or Professional Website
http://johanneskr.is
What do you hope to gain from this community?
Cooperation with journalists in cross border stories.
Tell us a little bit about yourself
I am an investigative reporter at the state television. I have worked on numerous investigative stories in Iceland - some awarded.

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