MediaNumeric: INA partner of a Erasmus+ project to train the new generation of journalists to work with big data and fight misinformation

INA has teamed up with a consortium of European partners, from the audiovisual, media and higher education sectors, to create a training programme adapted to current challenges and technological developments in journalism. The MediaNumeric project, initiated in January 2021 for a period of 3 years, is funded by the Erasmus+ programme of the European Union.



The MediaNumeric Project

The MediaNumeric project aims at producing educational resources and creating a training programme adapted to current evolutions and professional practices of the news media industry.

Addressed to European students in journalism & communication studies, it will bring them the necessary theoretical knowledge and skills, in order to prepare this new generation of journalists to explore and use big data, and tell enriched multimedia stories.


Thus, MediaNumeric’s objective is to contribute to the building of a creative, innovative, reliable and high-quality European media sector, economically sustainable and technologically advanced, better able to fight against misinformation. To do this, it will also bring together European media and digital professionals, in order to provide them with a framework for discussion and analysis of practices and developments in the media landscape.


A European partnership

MediaNumeric is funded by the Erasmus+ programme of the European Union. This initiative is led by a consortium of European partners associating Higher education institutions to audiovisual, media and digital players : The Netherlands Institute for Sound and Vision (Netherlands), Université en Sciences Appliquées InHolland (Netherlands), FINA National Film Archive - Audiovisual Institut  (Poland), SWPS University of Social Sciences and Humanities (Poland), AFP - Agence France Presse (France), INA - Institut national de l'audiovisuel (France ), Storytek (Estonia) et EUscreen Foundation (Netherlands).



INA, European heritage media serving information, knowledge and innovation

As a public heritage media, INA strives to carry its public service values ​​in each of its European and international projects. With its involvement in the MediaNumeric project, alongside its European partners, the Institute also wishes to contribute to the promotion and building of a European information and media ecosystem, based on knowledge, innovation and cooperation.


To this aim, INA will share its mission for knowledge development in the media and digital sectors and the transmission of this knowledge, notably, through higher education and professional training offers; the Institute will also bring its expertise for the management, production and for telling story with multimedia data and content.

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Contact : Marie Tanché, INA –

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