Lorelei Mihala is a journalist based in Bucharest, Romania. I am writing for BBC News and I have sixteen years of experience as a TV journalist for the Romanian public television. As a TV journalist and editor, I am responsible for delivering TV programmes from the stage of research, establishing the interviews, coordinating the footage team on spot, making the interviews, writing the script and editing the stories. During sixteen years of experience I have been working and getting experience in some of the most important fields of TV productions, from talk shows to investigations, from daily live youngsters' programmes to cultural and morning shows, coordinating small teams on spot or big TV crews for a live production. I have been covering social and investigative issues, such as corruption in spending European Union funds, poverty, minorities' rights, migration, injustice, the health system conditions, European Union topics, with a specific focus, lately, on aid for development, travel stories. I was the producer of morning shows and cultural programmes, coordinating the budget and the TV live broadcast.
When in Romania, visit Tusnad area - TV travel programme broadcast by the Romanian public television
The importance of arresting the most wanted Romanian - businessman and politician - article published by Euronews
A collaborative article, written with a London based journalist, about youth access to job market in Romania and UK, with a special focus on migrants.
TV investigation - Romanian National Television, TVR 1
TV social feature - broadcasted by Romanian National Television, TVR 1 & Deutsche Welle