Adeline is a journalist and a multi-platform content creator with extensive experience in digital media. Skilled in producing, shooting, writing, video editing and leading a team to do all the above, Adeline enjoys pushing narrative boundaries. Bilingual in French and English, with notions of Spanish and Arabic, she covered independent stories in multiple countries: France, Morocco, Tunisia, Gabon, Congo, Egypt, Italy, United States... Adeline holds a Master degree in TV Journalism from Goldsmiths, University of London and have since been working for major international media outlets across the world such as The Huffington Post, Al Jazeera English, AJ+, Voice of America, AFP, CNN, Africa 24...She have played a hand in production of all type including daily live news programming, short and long-form originals, social media videos. She shoot, edit, report, produce and experiment. Adeline took on the role of News Editor at Crowdspark (formerly Newzulu) in New York developing an expertise in UGC and strategies to build communities of content producers worldwide. She then took on the role of Long-form producer at Brut America. She also co-founded a production company called Global Fronteras Production with a particular focus on interactive productions and Human Stories.
Brut visited the U.S.-Mexico border to see how migrants seeking asylum live. YouTuber Slim Albaher explains the desperate ongoing situation.
Climate action group Extinction Rebellion will not wait for politics to catch up with the climate crisis. For Brut, YouTuber Tiffany Ferguson joined the New York City chapter of Extinction Rebellion for two days of training and direct action. This is the
Welcome to one of Africa's largest dumps: the Jbel Borj Chakir landfill in Tunisia. It's so sprawling that it has absorbed Abdelhamid Jabril's home. Here he tells AJ+ how his cries for help have not been heeded after the fall of the Ben Ali government.
Tunisia's First Election Since The Arab Spring Tunisians were at the polls this week for the first time since the Arab Spring began 4 years ago. AJ+ visited polling stations in Tunis to find out why residents turned up to vote and how they think their country has changed since Mohamed Bouazizi self-immolated in Sidi Bouzid, Tunisia, and sparked change across the Arab world.
Tunisia : sound makes sense Learning Wolrd - Euronews
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