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November 23, 2018
News industry in Greece
The first pilot episode about the media industry in Greece and how easy is for migrants to work on the field.
November 23, 2018

 

In recent years, journalism in Greece is going through a crisis similar to the crisis which the entire social fabric is experiencing. It’s a reflection of what’s really happening beyond the cracked facade. It’s one of the most difficult professions for a young person. There’s a system, a sort of patriarchy and a dozen grey-haired men who occupy the panels of the TV channels. But what’s happening on the inside of the peaceful journalism industry?

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