Jeremy Scahill

An investigative reporter and war correspondent, he is one of the founders of the online publication ‘The Intercept’ and the author of the bestselling books ‘Dirty Wars: The World Is a Battlefield’ and ‘Blackwater: The Rise of the World’s Most Powerful Mercenary Army’. His work has sparked several congressional investigations, and he was twice awarded the George Polk Award. He is also a producer and writer of the 2014 Academy Award-nominated documentary ‘Dirty Wars’.



He is the founder and CEO of Upian, an interactive and creative studio that provides online content for agencies and media companies. He is one of the world’s major players in the production of web documentaries and hybrid multimedia contents, somewhere between documentary cinema and digital storytelling.

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Born in 1976, as a television manager he has spent over 15 years to promote internationally acclaimed documentaries, fiction movies and TV series into the Italian market. After having worked for several premium channels (Cult Network, Fox Channels Italy, Sky Italia) he contributed to launch the free channel Cielo and its original productions. For the last four years he has been Chief Executive of the Feltrinelli Group channel laeffe.

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A journalist and writer, he is Vice Editorial Director of News Programmes at Rai. A former correspondent for the Italian daily newspaper La Stampa, he has also been a contributor for newspapers and magazines such as il Fatto Quotidiano, il Venerdì di Repubblica, and Vanity Fair. As Head of Rai Fiction, he produced the award-winning film ‘La meglio gioventù’ (The Best of Youth).



He started his career with Paese Sera, then moving to RAI for the TV programme Tempo reale. After having worked at Mediaset as a correspondent for Moby Dick, he went back to Rai and worked for programmes such as Circus, Raggio Verde, and Sciuscià. Since 2011 he is author and presenter of Piazza Pulita, a talk show aired by the TV channel La7.



A New York-born and Berlin-based investigative journalist, he has worked on stories such as neo-Nazi terrorism, CIA activities in Europe, Edward Snowden’s escape, and Kunduz hospital airstrike. His work has appeared on CBS, the Los Angeles Times, The Sunday Times, The Guardian and Der Spiegel. He is now editor of investigations at NDR as well as a member of the investigative team of the Süddeutsche Zeitung.


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A Norwegian journalist, he has extensive experience from a number of editorial, executive and management positions in broadcasting and print media. Employed in the Norwegian Broadcasting Corporation (NRK) since 2003, he is now executive editor of the Documentary department. Both as a reporter and producer, he has received several international awards such as Prix Italia 2014 and Prix Europa 2015.



Since January 2013 he is Head of News for the French-German broadcaster Arte. Before that he was head of Arte Reportage, defining future editorial guidelines for the broadcaster’s television and web section.



A journalist and a documentarist, he wrote for several Italian newspapers and magazines, and worked at Rai for a long time, both in TV and radio programmes. A former correspondent for Sciuscià, Raggio Verde, Anno Zero, and Report, he is now a freelance journalist.

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A multimedia editor at the Guardian, she was previously the editorial director of GuardianFilms, the Emmy award winning film company which specialises in investigative films. A former foreign correspondent, she has covered most of the world’s major conflicts over the last decade. Her awards include British Journalist of the Year and European Journalist of the Year.

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Hans Peterson

Swedish-born, he has more than 30 years of experience as reporter and editor for newspapers and TVs. In 2006 he won the Gyllene Dynamon, a prize for editors given by FGJ, the Swedish Association of Investigative Journalism. Under his lead, his regional news station won the FGJ award for investigative journalism 5 times and had 10 nominations with 11 reporters. Since 2016 he has been editor and intake for the award winning SVT programme Uppdrag Granskning (Mission Investigate).



He entered Sky Italia in 2007 as Vice President Corporate & Market Communications. In 2010, Sky Uno and the Sky Movies offer were moved under his responsibility. Then his department grew to cover all the non sport programming: partner channels, payperview, original productions, Sky TG24, Sky Arte, Sky Atlantic. He also oversees the free channel Cielo and the OTT service NOW TV. A board member of Auditel Spa and Mediawan, he is board president of Vision Distribution.



A member of the International Consortium of Investigative Journalists, she is ombudsman at the Dutch public news, sports and events broadcaster NOS, and teaches TV journalism at Rijksuniversiteit Groningen. She was previously director of the Dutch-Flemish association of investigative journalists, VVOJ (2009-2015), and worked for RTL4 and KRO Reporter.