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[Video] The state of media freedom in Europe

[Video] The state of media freedom in Europe
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The following content is the product of the 2015 EYMD workshops. Organised by the European Youth Press and held in the European Parliament in Brussels, the eighth edition of the pan-european journalism event for young journalists. The event focused this year on media freedom. Euronews agreed to host the media outcomes of the workshops but did not interfere with the content.

Self-cencorship, ISIS, Russian propaganda and media laws limiting press freedom. These are some of the topics covered at the special TV Newscast produced during the European Youth Media Days 2015.

The TV crew had members from 12 different countries with experience ranging from broadcast journalists, working in international TV channels to media students. The participants met for first time at the event and in less than 24 hours, they produced 24 minutes TV newscast. The production was realised with a variety of media tools: from using professional TV cameras and studio facilities, provided by the European Parliament to recording on personal mobile devices.

Credits:

Producer:

  • Dobriyana Tropankeva, UK

TV Team

  • Juho Maki-Lohiluoma, Finland

  • Veselina Foteva, Bulgaria

  • Jasmin Koerber, Germany

  • Krisztian Gal, Hungary

  • Claudio Locatelli, Italy

  • Gabriele Gedvilaite, Lithuania

  • Piotr Maksym Trabski, Poland

  • Filip Sekan, Slovakia

  • Jana Fintova, Slovakia

  • Petra Preseren, Slovenia

  • Angela Martin Lopez, Spain

  • Alasdair Lane, UK

  • Lotte Kamphuis, The Netherlands

  • Laura Kroet, The Netherlands

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