Connecting journalists with hostwriter by Guy Degen You’re planning your next overseas assignment. You’re looking for strong story ideas, good contacts with expert local knowledge, and maybe a couch or bed in the spare room of a journalist-friendly house to… Continue Reading →
The journalism students Jana Schmidt and Johanna Hutt from the Bavarian Academy of Television portrayed hostwriter for their cross media-project “The Future of News“. They met Co-founder Sandra Zistl in Munich and interviewed Senada Sokollu, foreign correspondent of Deutsche Welle in Turkey. The video was first published on January 17th,… Continue Reading →
Robert B. Fishman is a freelance journalist, author, photographer and trainer based in Bielefeld, Germany. He works for German radio stations such as Deutschlandfunk and print media like the globetrotter magazine. Robert B. Fishman´s areas of interest include sustainable economy and investment,… Continue Reading →
Michael Stang has been working as a science reporter since 2005. Based in Cologne the best part of his work is done for different regional and nationwide radio stations in Germany such as “Deutschlandfunk” and stations in Switzerland and Austria…. Continue Reading →
Jamal Saad is a freelance online, radio and TV-journalist. He worked for Deutsche Welle and Qantara as an intern in Bonn, Germany, in 2013. Back in Ramallah, Jamal is our first ambassador for the Palestinian territories – welcome to the hostwriter-team!… Continue Reading →
Hassan Ali Ghazaly lives in Cairo, Egypt. He works as a TV-editor for the youth-program of Rotana Masriya TV-channel, has blogged for the “Transit“-webjournal of the German Goethe-Institute in Cairo and describes himself as a social activist. If you like… Continue Reading →
Radio journalist Murat Can Tonbil works as an editor and presenter at Acik Radyo, Istanbul. He joins the hostwriter-team as ambassador for Turkey. We are happy to have you on board! Like what you see? Share it!
On Wednesday, Dec. 4th, we had our first-ever hostwriter-meeting: We were small group of international journalists based in Beirut, two Lebanese, two Italians, two Germans, one colleague from Egypt and one from Algeria (who skipped the photo). Thank you so… Continue Reading →