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How are journalists across Europe reporting on June's elections? Join us for a free live webinar

In the first webinar of the The Journal’s EU 2024, Explained series, we’re pulling back the curtain to explore how journalists working on the coalface of this important election are approaching it.

IT’S NOW LESS than a month until the EU public goes to the polls and votes for their chosen MEP candidates, and newsrooms across the continent are busy preparing their coverage.

In the first webinar of the The Journal‘s EU 2024, Explained series, we’re pulling back the curtain to explore how three journalists working on the coalface of this important election are approaching it: Shona Murray, Europe Correspondent with Euronews; Christina Finn, Political Editor with The Journal; and Muiris O’Cearbhaill, reporter with The Journal who focuses on European affairs.

Each will share their insights, examine the wider trends that exist across the continent, and try to answer one key question: Does the media do a good job in terms of explaining the EU to the public?

Join us live on Zoom on Thursday, 16 May from 11.30am to 12pm. Register for free access here or tap the button below.

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