Find media professionals from around the globe in just a few clicks. Search our online world map
, contact fellow journalists and start reporting globally.
After you create your free account
, you can log on to our website, pin your profile on our global map and search it for the people you need. You can filter by location and type of profession. If you click on an icon on the map, a short profile will pop up with a brief description of the language skills, recent work experience and of course contact information of this professional.
At this moment, 160 people have joined our network. But we need more. Every new member will add value to Correlations.
Global reporting starts here. Join us
Are you a media company, correspondent, photographer, fixer, camera crew, researcher or citizen journalist?
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One network to cover the world
The way of reporting news is changing. In a world that is more and more interconnected, global reporting is becoming increasingly important. Journalists are facing new challenges as news spreads faster, editorial budgets shrink and the number of digital attacks on journalists increase annually. That is why:
Correlations connects journalists and media professionals from all over the world on one online platform, allowing journalists to team up easily and distribute their media productions globally.
Safety is a key factor for us. In countries with limited press freedom, it is crucial for journalists to join forces online without those in power watching. Our goal for the near future is to incorporate readily available safety tools and offer educational support about digital safety on our platform. This way we want to provide a safer way for media professionals to communicate, share research, local knowledge and make cross-border productions.
Our goal is to give local journalists who live around the world a voice and improve news coverage globally. Join us
Correlations is a non-profit initiative, founded in 2014 by two young journalists:
Femke Awater and Charlotte Waaijers.
Standing as a starting reporter on Tahrir Square during the Spring Revolution, Femke realized what challenges journalists face getting their stories published.
As a financial reporter, Charlotte sees how professionals in all industries use technological innovation to their advantage. It is time for reporting professionals to do the same.