Pavel P. Antonov, born 1972, is a journalist, media and environment researcher and practitioner, based at the Open University in Milton Keynes, UK. Currently Antonov researches the ways journalists re-negotiate their professional norms over climate and environmental change, focusing on post-socialist newsrooms. He is the former Editor in Chief of Green Horizon, the magazine of the Regional Environmental Center for Central and Eastern Europe. Since 2001 Antonov has trained over 200 journalists and communicators from the Balkans, Eastern Europe and the former USSR, in partnership, among others, with the Guardian and Reuters foundations, UNDP, OSCE, WHO and Bankwatch. Earlier he co-founded BlueLink.net, the e-network of Bulgarian green activists, and worked on internet rights and governance with the Association for Progressive Communications. Parallel to his work as a news reporter for Bulgaria's first private television channel Nova in 1994 - 1999, Antonov anchored a TV magazine on cultural diversity and tolerance. He is the author and producer of documentaries and articles on politics, news and the environment.
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