I would like to gain experience in the online field and building up confidence in my journalistic skills.
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I am a freelance journalist working at the moment as a researcher of international relations at the University of the Basque Country, Spain. I lived in Egypt for a year broadcasting for the spanish radio Radio Euskadi and for print media such as DEIA newspaper.I studied the MA in International Broadcast Journalism at City Unviersity London after studying the Journalism degree in Spain, and worked in the UK for an online newspaper called The Periscope Post. I have done freelance work for the newspaper Turkish Daily News and nowadays I am working on a piece for Sky News. I am a passionated traveller and a language lover; I speak spanish, basque, english, french and arabic.And in my free time, I play trumpet in a band, my hidden passion.
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