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A unique professional training in European radio broadcasting from february 2013

A unique professional training

in European radio broadcasting

from february 2013

Eur@dioNantes, a European Radio station based in Nantes and supported by the European Commission, has recently launched the selection process of its upcoming European team of interns.

Eur@dioNantes is currently looking for high-level bilingual (in french) students in political science, journalism or European studies who are interested in European issues and who would like to get a formative experience in the world of New European Media. The internship will start on the 21th of February in Nantes and run up until the 12th of July 2013 (documents have to be returned before the end of December).
The students get a monthly allowance of about 436,05 €.
How it works : The Eur@dioNantes team is composed of several young journalists who come from all over Europe and are trained at the radio station in Nantes.
They are coached by French professional journalists, who have had years of experience in journalism. For several months the journalists will learn how to create new ways of listening to european information. They will have to immerse themselves in the local environment in Nantes and compare what they see and hear to the wider framework of European news. The aim is to open new perspectives and consider the implications of what is happening on a cultural, economical, social or political level on a local, national and European scale.

These young students in journalism will have the unique opportunity to be trained by French professionals and to start their career in a dynamic European environment.

Do you want to be an intern ? The attached documents will give more details on Eur@dioNantes and on the selection process of the next promotion. More information is also available on the website
Please feel free to forward this information to all those who would be interested in this initiative within your networks (Higher Education, departments of your regional/local governments, Universities…).
For more information please contact :

Learn, discover… and take to the airwaves at a real radio station with
a unique European outlook !

Since 2007 : More than 100 interns have received a full, bilingual training
in ‘local-european’ radio journalism

Today, they work at the BBC, at Deutsche Welle, Radio Sweden, or Europe 1 in Paris…
Interns from 20 different EU countries have already taken part

Eur@dioNantes, a recognised project :

:: European Innovation Prize 2007 ::
:: Special mention, the Louise Weiss European journalism Prize 2009 ::
:: Nominated for the European Parliament journalism Prize in 2011 ::

You too can join the team !