[quote=Marina Augusta Constantinoiu][quote=Marina Augusta Constantinoiu][quote=Daiva Repečkaitė]
At 1 pm CET we are starting a new section,
Suggestions for the new EIGE’s communication strategy and stakeholder engagements strategy 2016-2018
No, I don't think we're suffering from email fatigue. I hope not!
I give you the example of Romania, where only some of the news TV stations are able to cover a large majority of domains. The rest of the media, online and what remained from the printed media (the 4 national quality daily newspapers TOGETHER have under 50.000 copies daily!!!) are underfinanced, only rarely journalists are able to write features, to have interviews, to travel in order to discover the real life outside their cities and in many cases even making a phone call INSIDE Romania is too complicate, due to unpaid contracts or salaries! Long story. So imagine that the main sourse of information is the Internet in 90% of the cases.
We speak now about the media represantatives, of course. They shoud go to the emails and Internet and search for the infos provided by EIGE, at least they are free and documented. And say thanks for having a good source of information and tools.
Talking about the population: we're around 20 mln. Less than 50,000 copies for 4 dailies together means the print is already dead here. And the online didn't represent the solution.
Alexandrina: Yes, I know very well the journalistic landscape here in Romania, I am a journalist since my first year as student at the University, since 1990. If I see interest here in covering gender-related issues? No a big one, I have to recognise, we preffer the political scandal. But if you find good journalist who are interested in such issues - very important, by the way, in a country with many gender-related problems - you should encourage them. You did it with some of us, which is good. Continue the good job!
Daiva: Not quite a problem. If there is a lack of information, even this way is working.
I also think that if you find articles in the European media related to our field of interest, stories about cases who might become models for other countries, you should have a signal on the social media.
English, German, French and Spanish are the languages that most of the journalists speak, so they can find inspiring stories.
By the way, there is an interesting article here: