The EU Reporter team consists of experienced broadcast journalists and correspondents, all of whom are experts in their particular areas. They report for both EU Reporter’s online news portal and EU Reporter News Agency’s clients from the EU institutions in Brussels and Strasbourg.
Colin Stevens has more than 30 years’ experience as a TV producer and journalist working in both television and radio for BBC, ITV, SKY, CNN, Channel 4, S4C and JN1.TV. He has won numerous awards including New York Film and Television Festival, Golden Video Award, BAFTA Best News & Actuality, Brighton Wildlife Film Festival Best Documentary. He is a former editor of news related programmes at ITV Wales and co-founder of Quadrant Media & Communications.
James Drew brings 17 years' Brussels editing experience to his role as production editor and contributor to EU Reporter.
Penelope Devereux is responsible for administration, marketing, event management, and supporting the EU Reporter team in all aspects of the business.
Denis MacShane was a BBC reporter and producer and has authored several books on European politics. He was. British MP who specialized in European affairs and was UK Europe Minister under Tony Blair.
Political Correspondent - (Politics, Economy, Business, Environment, Education)
Philip Braund is a very experienced journalist who has worked on network television news, radio news and national newspapers for the last three decades. He is a former managing editor of ITV’s Political Unit, and his is experience includes ITV News and Channel 4 current affairs.
TV Journalist/Contributor - (Politics, Eurozone, World)
Jim Gibbons has more than 30 years’ experience reporting on European politics for a wide range of broadcasters. He won two major awards at the 2004 CNN World Report Awards in Atlanta for his TV reporting from the European Parliament - Best Political Report and Best Environmental Report.
Video & Online Social Media Editor - (Public Affairs, Eurozone, Economy, Politics)
Catherine Feore brings a high level of expertise concerning EU affairs, she has worked in the European Parliament and the European Commission. In her years as a public affairs expert she has worked on transport, chemistry and research, regional development, environmental issues and a wide range of other issues.
Video & Online journalist - (EU-Asia relationships)
Letitia Lin has been working as a journalist in Brussels for three years and is experienced in reporting on European issues.
Cristian Gherasim has done postgraduate studies in Political Science and Public Administration, and has been working as public affairs consultant, communications officer and social media expert in his native Romania, as well as in Hungary and Poland. He has been contributing articles to Euronews, Katoikos, Vox Europ , Von Mises Institute and EU Reporter.