I need a freelancer I am a freelancer Pitches

Julia Lyubova

Geneva, Switzerland
Book Julia with Paydesk
See how it works

Book Julia with Paydesk

Make your booking securely through paydesk for these benefits:


Preferred Booking Channel

Julia is more likely to commit to assignments booked through paydesk, as it is a trusted platform that validates the seriousness and legitimacy of each engagement.

Insured Bookings for Peace of Mind

We provide basic insurance coverage with each booking on paydesk, giving both you and the media professional confidence and protection while they work for you.

Effortless Online Payment

Paydesk offers a payment protection system to ensure payments are only finalized when you are satisfied with the job completion. Freelancers trusts our process that guarantees their efforts are rewarded upon successful delivery of services

Still have questions?

Check FAQ
About Julia
I am a freelance news correspondent/reporter/producer/video journalist based in Geneva.  I am available for tv live reports, Skype live reports, studio live reports, packages, radio reports, phoners, producing or fixing. I have worked with the BBC, France24, TRT World, CBS, Canada's CBC, Australia's SBS, Huffington Post and many others.
English Russian
Video Package (Web / Broadcast) Audio package (Radio / Podcast) Interview (Video / Broadcast)
Business Politics Current Affairs

UK's Johnson returns, Dutch pupils sail home: COVID

27 Apr 2020  |  newseu.cgtn.com
UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson returns to work, facing challenges in uniting public health and economic priorities amid ongoing COVID-19 issues. The European Commission is working on a recovery fund proposal, with Economy Commissioner Paolo Gentiloni suggesting a fund worth over $1.6 trillion. Belgium's government outlines its lockdown exit strategy, while France reports a significant drop in COVID-19 fatalities ahead of Prime Minister Edouard Philippe's presentation of the lockdown easing plan. Dutch students return home after sailing across the Atlantic due to travel restrictions.

Spain 'over toughest phase,' WHO and EU unite: COVID

24 Apr 2020  |  newseu.cgtn.com
All 27 EU countries have agreed on a recovery fund set up by the European Commission, marking a significant milestone. Germany's COVID-19 cases have surpassed 150,000, with a death toll of 5,321. The EU faces an economic contraction of 5-10%. The WHO and EU have announced a collaboration to accelerate COVID-19 health technologies. Spain's daily deaths have fallen to the lowest in over a month, while Hungary's Prime Minister expects a quick economic recovery. The UK has increased COVID-19 testing for key workers, and Germany is considering further loosening restrictions. Belgium faces a potential potato surplus due to lockdowns, and Switzerland is conducting multiple COVID-19 research trials.

UK, France and Poland set to extend lockdowns: COVID

09 Apr 2020  |  newseu.cgtn.com
The UK, France, and Poland are set to extend their COVID-19 lockdown measures as the pandemic continues to impact Europe. The UK government is expected to prolong its lockdown beyond the initial three-week period, with Foreign Secretary Dominic Raab likely to make an announcement. France has confirmed an extension of its lockdown beyond April 15, with President Emmanuel Macron expected to address the nation soon. Poland will extend business lockdowns until April 19 and maintain other restrictions until early May. The EU is under pressure to finalize a significant economic support package, while the WHO seeks over $1 billion in funding to combat the pandemic. Switzerland and Finland have also extended their lockdown measures, and Spain faces challenges in accurately reporting COVID-19 deaths.

UK deaths up 23% in a day, Russia bans flights: COVID

03 Apr 2020  |  newseu.cgtn.com
The global COVID-19 pandemic has surpassed a million confirmed cases with significant death tolls in various countries. The UK experienced its deadliest day with a 23% rise in deaths, while Russia is set to suspend all international flights. Germany's death toll has exceeded 1,000, and Spain's daily death toll has slightly decreased. The WHO warns against lifting quarantine restrictions prematurely. Google is aiding authorities by publishing anonymized public movement data. The European University Hospital Alliance calls for open borders for medical supplies, and various countries are taking measures to manage the crisis, including clinical trials and financial bonuses for essential workers.

How Europe's police are enforcing COVID-19 restrictions

02 Apr 2020  |  newseu.cgtn.com
Marie Dinou was fined $818 in the UK for violating new coronavirus laws. Across Europe, police are enforcing COVID-19 restrictions with varying degrees of severity, including fines and arrests. In the UK, fines start at $70, while in France, repeat offenders can face jail time and hefty fines. Germany's fines vary by region, with North Rhine Westphalia imposing penalties for public gatherings. Switzerland has restrictions on gatherings but no total lockdown, and Hungary allows leaving home for broad reasons but enforces social distancing. Each country has specific guidelines and penalties to ensure compliance with public health measures.

Julia Lyubova reports from the FIFA Final Draw media centre


Ahead of the FIFA World Cup Julia Lyubova speaks to Alexander Shprygin, head of the 'All-Russian fan' Union, to find out what Russian ultras have planned for the tournament in Russia.


Julia's confirmed information

Financial institution
Verified Mar 2015
Phone number
Verified Dec 2018
Mar 2015

Log in