December 21, 2012 •
Media Economics •
by Simone Pieranni
Everyday we read about newspaper and media company closures in Europe and in the United States. Advertising revenues are shrinking, and readers are dwindling on both sides of the Atlantic. But what’s going on in China? For the...
March 1, 2012 •
Specialist Journalism •
by Filipa Moreno
Article contributed by the European Journalism Centre The Portuguese language service of Euronews is facing closure following the decision of the Portuguese government to end its contract with the international news channel. Due to the...
September 17, 2011 •
Media Economics, Newsroom Management •
by Linas Jegelevicius
*Article Courtesty of the European Journalism Centre Can one make a living as a freelance journalist in Lithuania? Are you fed up with the tedious working hours in your cubicle? And don’t you have to admit that the news editor is a...
September 15, 2011 •
Ethics and Quality, Press Freedom •
by Kate Nacy
How the news in Belarus remains…upbeat. A few weeks ago Sovetskaya Belarussia – the most widely circulated daily in Belarus – ran a lead story proclaiming the country’s GDP had risen a glorious 9.8 percent since January and...