Casa Jurnalistului  

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“Why do we have a press but no journalist?”. Through this question, the people from Casa Jurnalistului point the paradoxal situation that Romania is facing nowadays. Slowly, Andreea Esca and her counterparts are less and less authority figures of press and information. Starting from the following statement that Romanian people do not trust mass-media anymore, a little group of independent journalists have settled down at Viitorului street, refusing to let their profession die. If all contributors aren’t full time residents yet (no magnate here to support the project), the lack of means is inversely proportional to the quantity and quality of the work they’ve provided until now. Reportages, investigations and multimedia projects, all of them are interesting/fundamental sources of quality regarding Romania’s socio-political issues. You got it, it’s not a bar. However, their regularly open their doors to their readers for a series of events such as Noapta Caselor. Who knows, going there for the first time might be a first step, a second step could be to support them via their Patreon's page: https://www.patreon.com/casajurnalistului

Mathieu N.

Strada Viitorului 154, București, Romania

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