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The Journalist’s Dilemma

January 21, 2013


What is happening in Algeria is the current emblematic example of how people react to war with war. The French defense minister Jean-Yves Le Drian has described the attack at the In Amenas gas plant as an act of war, probably forgetting that few days ago France invaded Mali declaring war against Islamist groups who, in turn, are spreading terror […]

News: short and simple are the secrets

January 9, 2013


This post defines the main characteristics of a news article. First of all, what is news? It is events. What is a news article? It is the repeating of such events to an audience. An event, in order to be classified as news, has to be: Relevant. It must affect the lives of the audience to local/national/ international levels. […]

The essential questions of a journalist

January 4, 2013


This category of posts is aimed to provide you with advice, guide lines, tips and golden rules I have learned during my master in International Journalism and I have still been learning by being a journalist.  Post by post I will teach you the main structures of the different articles, you will learn appropriate research […]

My Resolution

January 4, 2013


Everyone seems to have New Year’s resolutions. I stopped celebrating New Year when I was about 20; as many others celebrations, this too  seems pointless to me. However, when New Year arrives, people’s lives are suddenly lead by an impressive positive and willing-to-accept-challenges mood and it is impossible to be immune to the wave of […]

My Utopian Ode

November 4, 2012


Imagine victims of injustices and abuses; survivors, war prisoners, refugees, heroes, humans who need somebody to talk to because something is being negated: the truth; a truth these people do not want to tell, but scream. Now think about what if journalism was  absent as long as people who have the dream to report, to […]