Sunday, 16th December 2018

Seminar – Reporting in the Digital Age

Following the very successful Seminar “Beyond Facebook” organised last year, the German-Maltese Circle is pleased to announce another full day Seminar, this time with the theme: “Reporting in the Digital Age” conducted by Maximiliane Koschyk – Correspondent with Deutsche Welle in Berlin.

Main topics:
– One Story, many outlets: Working as a multimedia journalist
– The journalist’s pocket knife: How to use your smartphone for multimedia reporting
– From breaking to lasting: how to report a developing story
– Experimenting with new media formats (VR, Social reporting) in an established newsroom

The presentation would be a combination of general principles of these methods, hands-on exercises and examples.

Full day Seminar – with buffet lunch and 2 coffee breaks

Date: Friday, 30th November 2018 from 9.30a.m. (Registration at the door between 9.00 and 9.30a.m.)

Venue: Intercontinental, St Julians

Fee: Euro 15 payable on Registration

If you wish to attend contact us by not later than Saturday, 24th November 2018.


This event is organised together with The Times of Malta, the Goethe Institute and the Deutsche Welle.

Contact Us

Messina Palace, 141 Triq San Kristofru,
Valletta VLT1465, Malta
(+356) 2124 6967


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