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Timmermans: ‘Journalists should not be intimidated at doing their jobs’

Commission First Vice-President Frans Timmermans called on Wednesday (19 July) for an end to the intimidation of journalists who are doing their job and asking critical questions. "I call on everyone to stop already the intimidation of journalists," he said.
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EU Matters Gareth Harding
Digital 25-05-2016

EU Matters with Gareth Harding

Lorraine Baldwin spoke to Gareth Harding, Managing Director at Clear Europe to discuss the changes to the Brussels Press Corps and the broader communications landscape and what makes a good story.
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Digital 16-11-2015

Reuters Institute Digital News Report 2015

David Levy, director of the Reuters Institute for the Study of Journalism­, recently presented the latest edition of the Digital News Report at the Lisbon Council.
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Public Affairs 08-05-2015

Meet the EURACTIV Network

Meet the EURACTIV Network: a total team of 106 - an editorial team of 51 - publishing in 12 languages - in 12 EU capitals. Find out more on www.euractiv.com/OpenEURACTIV.
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EU Priorities 2020 10-02-2015

Media4EU: EU strategy for independent and sustainable media

Europe’s media are facing dual crises: economic and digital. Tackling the economic challenges is getting critical in many ways, and also in the EU’s self-interest. Just like for any other key EU sector, the Juncker Commission could indeed trigger sector-strategic thinking, while refraining from interference and/or bailing out the sector.
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Public Affairs 16-01-2015

Working with the Brussels press

The Yellow Academy is a series of 7 workshops on EU lobbying and communication with a strong focus on case studies.

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