In the life of a journalist, there are special moments because they take the reporter to places where it is either impossible or difficult for anyone to go. One such moment is the stock exchange opening ceremony, broadcast live on television. As a foreign correspondent, I was invited to such a ceremony, along with several other journalists, AFPC USA Board members, and some award-winning colleagues. Read More
Category Archives: Publicity
Will social media change in the EU?
Recently, the development and regulation of social media have been on the agenda in the European Union. The European Parliament and the European Council have agreed on a draft of a new bill on digital markets. Read More
What’s on my mind? Boycott?
One of the social media platforms repeatedly asks visitors, “What’s on your mind?” Well, that’s the question that came to my mind today, when we were at the opera in New York last night. Read More
I boast I was in a theater
In a normal world, when someone goes to the theater not only is it normal, it is not news. Because going to the theater is part of human life. It is not a matter of boasting. Nowadays, going to the theater is not part of normal activities. After all, our lives are not normal either. So, I boast I was in a theater. Read More
Is Twitter a danger?
An email has arrived. Posted by Donald Trump, 45th President of the United States. The former president expressed his opinion: “Twitter is a DISGRACE and a DANGER to our Country.” Read More
“Only the truth, the full and unvarnished truth”
The Foreign Press asked about the ethics of journalism, the role of the correspondent. I would summarize my answer as follows: “When you speak, what you say, should be always the truth, the whole truth, and nothing but the truth. Only full and unvarnished truth.” The full interview was published on Foreignpress.org. Read More