Stories from the Shore – a SeaMedia Howest Documentary

THIS PLAYLIST CONTAINS FULL LENGTH FILM – PART 1: NETHERLANDS – PART 2: BELGIUM – PART 3: FRANCE Stories from the shore is a documentary that shines a light on three important topics closely related to the Dutch, Belgian and French coastline. It is much more than just a documentary. Behind the scenes, it was an intense learning experience for two young British students from the University of East Anglia, Nathan Willcock and Yetunde Yusuf, who practiced media skills during [...]

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Under the Radar: interview with Robert Miraldi

Robert Miraldi, Journalist and Professor at SUNY New Paltz University in New York speaks to SeaMedia Howest about the skills needed to be an investigative journalist, and what makes investigative journalists successful.

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Under the Radar: interview with Mark Lee Hunter

Under the Radar: interview with Mark Lee Hunter

Mark Lee Hunter, Adjunct Professor and Senior Research Fellow at INSEAD, and a Co-Founder of Story-Based Inquiry Associates speaks to SeaMedia Howest about his method of story-based inquiry and how it is important for investigative journalists to build coalitions.

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Under the Radar: interview with Mary Beth Pfeiffer

Under the Radar: interview with Mary Beth Pfeiffer

Mary Beth Pfeiffer from the Poughkeepsie Journal in New York speaks to SeaMedia Howest about the qualities that make and investigative journalist, and how local investigative journalism helps engage communities.

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Under the Radar conference – interview with Andjela Milivojević | SB

Under the Radar was a SeaMedia Howest conference with international guest speakers for Journalistiek Howest students, staff, supporters, alumni, contacts and people in the media field. The goal is to challenge the audience to think about the history and future of investigative reporting and to learn about different methods they can use in their studies and work. Andjela Milivojević works for the Center of Investigative Reporting in Serbia and is specialized in reporting about crime and corruption. In 2011 she [...]

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Former UK Home Secretary Clarke urges a new approach to the EU

Charles Clarke, the UK’s former Home Secretary, one of the highest positions in government, is now a visiting professor at the University of East Anglia. He launched a new series of political talks by calling for a new and more positive approach to the EU. Chun Li reports for SeaMe.tv.

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