28 January 2010

EFJ Newsletter

EFJ Focus, January 2010

EFJ Focus is a monthly bulletin of the European Federation of Journalists, produced by the Secretariat in Brussels.

EFJ News
EFJ Assembly in Turkey: Unions' Visions: Journalism and Press Freedom in Europe
EFJ Steering Committee Paths the Way for Future

EFJ Recruitment Seminar for Online Journalists in Portugal IFJ Calls for Fair Treatment of Radio K2 in Bulgaria EFJ Welcomes "Landmark" Victory for Media Freedom

2009 Leaves One of Worst Records for Targeted Killings of Journalists, Says IFJ
IFJ Condemns ''Flagrant Violation of Press Freedom'' After Sentence Spanish Journalists
Finnish Journalists Lost Court Case Against Sanoma's Unfair Contracts

TV Industry Lost More than 5,000 Women in Three Years
French Study Shows Sharp Deterioration in Photojournalism

EFJ Delegates Meet Google in Brussels on Authors' Rights
German Newspapers Agree Fair Minimum Fees for Freelancers
Google Violates Copyright Laws, Rules French Court
EU Ratification of WIPO ''Internet Treaties'' Enhances Copyright in the Digital Age

UK: Sky News Encourages its Staff to Use Twitter for News Gathering and Reporting

Spain: Adverse Media Climate Makes Mergers 'Necessary'

New Commissioner for Digital Agenda on the Grill 
Media Intergroup Kicks Off its Work
Culture Committee Propose Two 'Own-initiative' Reports on Media
Hearing on Rome II and Privacy Issues
ECHR Outlaws 'Stop-and-search' in the UK


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EFJ Focus, Europe, European Union

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