I have just come back from the International Festival of Journalism in Perugia where I participated in more than 40 discussion panels and workshops in 4 days. I am amazed how my brain managed to squeeze so much new information about the current and the future state of the media in Europe and not only. A part from really really bad internet connection at the festival, the organization, including very helpful volunteers and staff, was simply great. I will dedicate a few more separate posts about the most interesting workshops and speeches I have attended. I am already missing Perugia and can’t wait to join the festival next year.
April 30, 2012
IJF 2012 in Perugia
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