Alessia Cerantola

is a multimedia journalist at IRPI @aisselax

Blog posts in total 6

Posts

  1. Coverage of the new waves of people arriving into Italy, by sea or via the Balkan route, has exposed a lack of preparation by much of the country’s media.

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  2. These newsrooms are changing the way in-depth reporting is done at a local level, partnering media organisations in Italy and abroad.

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  3. As Japan imposes new laws that threaten to restrict the freedom of the press, some Japanese reporters and activists are seeking new ways to conduct investigative journalism.

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  4. A new Italian law called ‘fair salary’ says freelance journalists should be paid no less than 3,000 euros per year!

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  5. Italy’s foreign correspondents have been paying for their work through crowdfunding, to make up for the lack of resources offered by the country’s media outlets.

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  6. While evidence presented to Leveson is making journalists even less popular in Britain - if that were possible - it is hard to read this dispatch from Italy by Alessia Cerantola without feeling that there are journalists who deserve sympathy rather than public contempt: Before hanging himself ...

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