The conference is targeted at journalists as well as communication experts, students in journalism, representatives of the NGO sector and also civil society activists who are excited by the latest trends in digital media.
The obvious answer to the question “Where is the EU in the media campaign for the European elections?” in regards to Bulgaria is that it is non-existent. However, beyond the evident, interesting processes and tendencies in the affairs of media and the behavior of politicians (which is a subject of a different analysis) are revealed.
TECH AND GADGETS
Almost 40 journalists, students and NGO representatives attended the seminar and most of them evaluated it as very useful for their work. AEJ-Bulgaria thanks all the participants for their interest and hope the information will be of use for their future investigations!
FASHION AND TRENDS
Irina Nedeva takes over as chairperson of the management board of the Association of European Journalists – Bulgaria (AEJ-Bulgaria), replacing Kristina Hristova, who has been running the organization since it was founded six years ago.
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