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Handbook on cross-border journalism

In Uncategorized on January 23, 2018 at 7:00 pm

Grenzüberschreitender Journalismus – Handbuch zum Cross-Border-Journalismus!

Deutsch beim Herbert von Halem Verlag, Köln Dezember 2017.

Review by European Journalism Observatory Januar 2018.

The Handbook on cross-border journalism is the first of its kind. The book provides a step-by-step introduction to the method of cross-border journalism from idea to publication and beyond. It builds upon own experience of the author and a long series of interviews with established cross-border teams such as ICIJ as well as thematic ad-hoc teams.

The experience of the practitioners is then enriched with insigths by scholars of various disciplines of relevance throughout the work process of cross-border journalism. The book includes numerous examples of cross-border work as well as interviews with practitioners.

The Handbook on Cross-Border Journalism is available in Danish via Ajour publishing house.

On the website www.crossborderjournalism.dk background links can be found – all related to cross-border journalism including examples of journalistic and academic work.

Read the original press release at publishing house Ajour February 2015.

Read the table of content (in Danish)

Read reviews (in Danish)

Buy the book at Ajour.

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In short

In Uncategorized on January 23, 2018 at 6:00 pm

Foto: Thomas Tolstrup

Managing Editor at Journalismfund.eu, a support structure for in-depth, innovative and independent journalism in Europe since 2008.

2008-2012 Freelance cross border journalism with teams of the International Consortium of Investigative Journalists ICIJ, own initiative teams and filmmakers; developing the growing European activities of Journalismfund.eu.

Lived in Brussels from 2004-2008 working as EU-correspondent for Danish daily Information, since 2008 back in Denmark.

Teaching students of journalism at the University of Roskilde/Denmark 2012-2016 and journalists and students throughout Europe for occasional lectures since 2008.

Fields of interest these years are cross border and collaborative journalism; data; transparency legislation and practice; European affairs and regulation; political economy.

Author of the first handbook on crossborder collaborative journalism, published in Danish (2015) and German (2017).

Field of scholarly research interest: (Cross-border) collaborative journalism; non-profit journalism and editorial independence.

Detailed CV

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