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2017 – INJECT: Transferring Technology into Journalism

Our new Project is called INJECT, which stands for "Innovative Journalism: Enhanced Creativity Tools". It is about the transfer of technology into quality journalism. We partner with, among others, City University London, Science Po Paris and the World Association of Newspapers. The project is funded by the European Commission.

The pictures below were taken during the project’s kick-off meeting on the premises of City University in London in early January 2017.

Interlink Academy’s Claus Hesseling and City University’s Kos Zachos visited the newsroom of Der Spiegel and CMS company Subshell in Hamburg to explore the capabilites and possible applications of INJECT tools.

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2015 – Digital Journalism for Eastern Europe

Journalists from Eastern Europe undergo intensive multimedia training and visit various newsrooms in Hamburg. Internet analyst Dan Gillmor spoke to them in a webinar. See more pictures in our gallery.

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2015 – At the Global Investigative Journalism Conference

Interlink alumn Ronny Rojas (right) and his colleague won the Global Shining Light Award for an investigation into the smuggling of cigarettes in Latin America. Ronny was trained by Interlink's team in 2013/2014.

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2016 – Journalists from St. Petersburg Study German Media

Congratulations: 14 Russian journalists from St. Petersburg studied and discussed the German media system in a blended learning course - locally in St. Petersburg, online on our e-learning platform and on a study trip to Hamburg.

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