Reporting on Euro Funds, Feminism and the Environment

The following information and answers were submitted by Eva Frantová . She is an economic reporter for Slovak daily newspaper Pravda and also for Forbes Slovakia. Eva is an incoming Central and Eastern European Journalism Program (CEEJ) Fellow. The CEEJ program was postponed and the fellows will be arriving in the U.S. to begin their fellowship in the spring. Until then they will be participating in a webinar series and will be highlighted through a CEEJ blog post series. Q&A Series with CEEJ Fellows Pt 6: Eva Frantová  My passion for journalism has started really early and has accompanied...

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Amplifying the Voices of Those Who Cannot Always be Heard through Journalism

The following information and answers were submitted by Zsófia Fülöp, a Hungarian journalist based in Budapest. She is working for a political-cultural weekly newspaper and its online version, called Magyar Narancs. She is an incoming Central and Eastern European Journalism Program (CEEJ) Fellow. The CEEJ program was postponed and the fellows will be arriving in the U.S. to begin their fellowship in the spring. Until then they will be participating in a webinar series and will be highlighted through a CEEJ blog post series. Q&A Series with CEEJ Fellows Pt 5: Zsófia Fülöp.    After studying Philosophy, Journalism and...

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Unmasking the Truth through Critical Investigative Journalism in Bulgaria

The following information and answers were submitted by Marin Nikolov, is a journalist in Bulgaria. He is currently is a reporter at bTV and was a former Investigative Reporter at NOVA. He is an incoming Central and Eastern European Journalism Program (CEEJ) Fellow. The CEEJ program was postponed and the fellows will be arriving in the U.S. to begin their fellowship in the spring. Until then they will be participating in a webinar series and will be highlighted through a CEEJ blog post series. Q&A Series with CEEJ Fellows Pt 4: Marin Nikolov. 1. What is your topic or...

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Finding the way to Journalism in Croatia

The following information and answers were submitted by Petra Buljan, she is a journalist with Nova TV in Croatia. She is an incoming Central and Eastern European Journalism Program (CEEJ) Fellow. The CEEJ program was postponed and the fellows will be arriving in the U.S. to begin their fellowship in the spring. Until then they will be participating in a webinar series and will be highlighted through a CEEJ blog post series. Q&A Series with CEEJ Fellows Pt 3: Petra Buljan. What is your topic/content or medium (print, broadcast, etc) interests and why? I work at a TV station...

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Reporting on the Politics and Judicial systems and Researching Media Freedoms

The following information and answers were submitted by Yordan Yochev, he has been a journalist for more than 14 years. He is an incoming Central and Eastern European Journalism Program (CEEJ) Fellow. The CEEJ program was postponed and the fellows will be arriving in the U.S. to begin their fellowship in the spring. Until then they will be participating in a webinar series and will be highlighted through a CEEJ blog post series. Q&A Series with CEEJ Fellows Pt 2: Yordan Yochev. I was born in a small rural town with about 20,000 citizens. I graduated from a language...

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