Video: Chocolate and the future of journalism


It’s a good question: Just how do Europeans manage to consume all those tasty sweets while remaining skinny enough to fit into those dreadfully tight jeans?
Perhaps it has something to do with lives spent crammed into small spaces within ancient buildings.

These and other (more serious) questions were posed by 12 American graduate-level journalism students who journeyed to Brussels to experience firsthand what some say is the new capital of the world press.

The EJC hosted the Americans in cooperation with the DG External Relations. The students spent five days in Brussels learning about EU institutions and policies, plus trans-Atlantic relations. There was also time to learn about life on the continent and the European media landscape.

They shared some of their thoughts on journalism, Europe and the future for this video.

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