The latest Media Freedom Reports form all member countries of AEJ has been released. This is the first time that reportage from Bulgaria has been included.
Online competition for journalists, students and bloggers on topics related to water has been announced. TH!NK5 Water is an initiative of the European Journalism Centre and is inspired by World Water Day - March 22.
AEJ-Bulgaria sent a letter of solidarity with journalists in Hungary to one of the biggest Hungarian daily newspapers Népszabadság.
Experienced journalists across the Balkans are invited to apply for the fifth annual Balkan Fellowship for Journalistic Excellence programme. This year’s topic is justice. This is a Robert Bosch Stiftung and ERSTE Foundation initiative in cooperation with the Balkan Investigative Reporting Network, BIRN.
A dangerous rapprochement between media and politics in Bulgaria has been observed in 2009-2010. This is one of the conclusions of a report, drafted by foundation „Media Democracy” in collaboration with foundation “Konrad Adenauer”. The report was presented at the annual conference “Media and Politics” .
The European Parliament will award its Prize for Journalism in 2011 for the fourth time. It will be awarded to journalists who have covered major European issues or promoted a better understanding of the EU institutions and/or EU policies.
Applications are being accepted for the 2011 programme for Balkan journalists, 'Economic and Political Reporting from Southeast Europe' jointly run by Robert Bosch Stiftung and Thomson Reuters Foundation.
The Bulgarian Helsinki Commitee (BHC), an independent human rights NGO, issues a report for the development of human rights protection in Bulgaria on yearly basis.
Dutch journalists based around the world, working for many different news organisations, have joined forces to deliver a new sort of news website. One11.nl will focus on what individuals are doing to help solve many of the problems that the journalists report on a daily basis.
Liveblogging platform ScribbleLive is launching a new strand of its syndication model to allow freelancers to get paid for creating content for clients, it said. ScribbleLive founder Michael De Monte said the syndication marketplace, which will be fully launched next year, will allow individuals who sign up to its freelancers' plan of USD 19.95 a month to make money when they are covering or talking about live events online.
АЕЖ-България беше официално регистрирана в България през декември 2010 г. , а като неформална група от журналисти, беше приета в международната Асоциация на европейските журналисти през октовмри 2010 г.
AEJ Bulgaria would like to encourage Bulgarian journalist to make more contacts with colleagues across Europe. The idea is to build up a...
AEJ Bulgaria would like to encourage Bulgarian journalist to make more contacts with colleagues across Europe. The idea is to build up...