September 2010 Blog Posts (4)

Mariam Alimi - Afghan Photographer

Holding (6) years of solid professional background in the field of photography focusing on documenting different walks of life in Afghanistan.



Media work has involved delivering documentary material, with the highest professional levels approved by various international organizations. Assignments have required high levels of self-motivation, from the stage of finding the relevant and accurate research, arranging and producing the filming… Continue

Added by Mariam Alimi on September 27, 2010 at 12:30 — 6 Comments

Feed for my group

Connected my Twitterfeed to my group "CAM" http://ning.it/aDucHo

Added by Jesper Odde Madsen on September 14, 2010 at 16:57 — No Comments

No EP fund for European journalism

The report of ALDE MEP Morten Løkkegaard was adopted by Parliament recently, but according to media reports the proposal to provide financial support to European journalism was voted down.



The idea had been to create a task force of media people who would report on Europe and the EU - in part to offset the shrinking press corps in Brussels.



It seems, however, that some MEPs were worried about the editorial independence of such an outfit (but they still managed to voice… Continue

Added by Jakob Bork on September 8, 2010 at 12:00 — 1 Comment

During the European Festival of Journalism will be a debate ,, Journalists- Teachers of Comunication

Journalism and communication education in Romania

Present: Professor Carmen Kleibel

Reporter TVR - Directorate News Correspondent for the counties of Dolj, Gorj, Mehedinti, Olt and Valcea

President of the Romanian Foundation for Communication Arts

Director, School of Journalism and Communication, Craiova



Presentation and discussion related to professional development opportunity, considering the evolution of this market in recent years.

In Romania there are… Continue

Added by Marius Daea on September 3, 2010 at 19:00 — 1 Comment

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