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Sports from a different angle

ENGLISH | In the past few months, I have been working on a publication as part of an exposition for Antwerp’s flagship Museum Aan de Stroom (MAS). De Tussenstand, a 28-page single edition newspaper, dips into the world of amateur sports in Antwerp.

Sports from a different angle

ENGLISH | In the past few months, I have been working on a publication as part of an exposition for Antwerp’s flagship Museum Aan de Stroom (MAS). De Tussenstand, a 28-page single edition newspaper, dips into the world of amateur sports in Antwerp.

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EU coverage – Make it work [comment]

Difficult. Dry. And above all: boring. If you’re discussing the state of EU coverage, those are the words that are likely to come up. According to the European radio network Euranet, the number of Brussels-based correspondents is decreasing. The focus

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EU coverage – Make it work [comment]

Difficult. Dry. And above all: boring. If you’re discussing the state of EU coverage, those are the words that are likely to come up. According to the European radio network Euranet, the number of Brussels-based correspondents is decreasing. The focus

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euronews’ approach to EU coverage [interview]

Lucian Sârb is the Director of News and Programmes at euronews. He was one of the panel members at the POLIS Conference at the London School of Economics last Friday, where the panel discussed ‘how the European media failed to

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euronews’ approach to EU coverage [interview]

Lucian Sârb is the Director of News and Programmes at euronews. He was one of the panel members at the POLIS Conference at the London School of Economics last Friday, where the panel discussed ‘how the European media failed to

Belgium’s public broadcasts: ‘living together apart’ [radio piece]

Going home for the holidays, I took the time to produce a couple of stories on my home country Belgium. The following story was broadcasted on 23 January 2012 on the online radio Monocle 24. Take a few minutes of

Belgium’s public broadcasts: ‘living together apart’ [radio piece]

Going home for the holidays, I took the time to produce a couple of stories on my home country Belgium. The following story was broadcasted on 23 January 2012 on the online radio Monocle 24. Take a few minutes of

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Pitching Trick for Fellow Wannabees

Wannabehacks has been kind to me… The website http://www.wannabehacks.co.uk is the British hub for young journalists’ advice. The site was set up in 2010. It is currently run by five fellow aspiring journalists, two of which study in the same

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Pitching Trick for Fellow Wannabees

Wannabehacks has been kind to me… The website http://www.wannabehacks.co.uk is the British hub for young journalists’ advice. The site was set up in 2010. It is currently run by five fellow aspiring journalists, two of which study in the same

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Stop the War [report]

“Not enough water in the river Jordan” On Saturday, 5,000 protesters assembled at Trafalgar Square in London to call for an immediate withdrawal of British troops from Afghanistan. A modest number of people, but with a strong message. And that

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Stop the War [report]

“Not enough water in the river Jordan” On Saturday, 5,000 protesters assembled at Trafalgar Square in London to call for an immediate withdrawal of British troops from Afghanistan. A modest number of people, but with a strong message. And that