In a fast-changing multimedia industry, gain a competitive advantage by leveraging world-class media education and training built on euronews 25+ years of experience.
Your teams will gain a deep understanding of the latest journalism techniques they need to deliver and successfully run a news media content stream in the digital era.
Opportunity to launch a regional euronews or africanews academy hub that will give students, jobs seekers, young professionals and media executives detailed insight of euronews standards and best practices.
Thomas is the digital video production lead at Euronews where he coordinates creation of the digital video offers in terms of format, design, and “look and feel”. In this role, he is involved in the design and roll-out of videos for news on digital and social media, long-term editorial projects (docu-series) as well as theme-driven video content for Euronews verticals like Travel and Living.
Thomas speaks French and English.
Natalia is a photography editor at Euronews. She holds a Master’s degree in international analytics and has studied at The Poynter Institute for Media Studies in Florida and New York Institute of Photography. She has 12 years of experience in broadcast journalism, editorial news management, mobile reporting, visual content production. She is the author of 5 personal photography exhibitions shown in France, Belgium and Germany.
Natalia speaks English, French, Ukrainian and Russian.
Franck is Euronews’ Social Media Strategy Referent. His role involves working with journalists on specific social media strategies, adapted to each Euronews’ language edition or programme. On a daily basis, you can find him training editors, creating, evaluating and adjusting technical workflows, as well as managing social platform data analysis.
Franck speaks French and English.
Marie is a digital journalist at Euronews with over 10 years of experience. As the training referent within the newsroom, she has trained hundreds of journalists on digital tools and techniques. Marie has also taught digital journalism at Lyon University. Her areas of interest include data journalism, longform journalism online, digital media history as well as new developments and social issues.
Marie speaks French and English.
Vincent is a journalist with over 15 years of experience at Euronews, where he specialises in producing digital content. He is particularly interested in data journalism and produces maps and infographics for his articles and the team’s, using the most relevant applications depending on the project (Google MyMaps, Flourish, etc.). To do so, he has trained in different languages (html, xml, geojson, kml, etc). His experience as an educator will also be put to good use for Euronews Academy.
Vincent speaks French, German and English.
Thomas is a digital journalist at Euronews. He has taught at prestigious higher education institutions and spoken at dozens of media conferences in Europe and the US. His areas of interest include digital media, emerging formats and technologies and he is an expert in immersive journalism (VR, AR and 360° video°).
Thomas speaks French and English.
Jeremy is a senior science correspondent at Euronews. He covers climate change, environmental technology, healthcare innovation, and space exploration. Jeremy has taught post-graduate students at France’s ISCPA journalism school since 2016. He has moderated live debates at major events such as Web Summit, CES, Mobile World Congress, VivaTech and ITU World Congress.
Jeremy Wilks is a native English speaker and speaks French fluently.
Pierre is an Editorial project manager at Euronews. A former sci-tech TV reporter and executive producer, he has also worked for French radios and daily newspapers. His main areas of expertise are technology and science. Pierre has trained many journalists in the art of Mobile journalism and has taught his craft in various schools in France.
Pierre speaks French, English and Portuguese.