Online-Journalism and applied Journalism are main focus of the foundation Journalists-Academy Dr. Hooffacker GmbH & Co. KG, which arose from Munich Media-Store and its editorial office. We hand our knowledge together with our co-operation partner on to you in Journalists-Academy and Munich Media-Store since 1992, in Media-House Frohburg near Leipzig since 1996 and with the Media-Academy Nuremberg since 1977.
We act as agent for capable instructors for your seminars and offer rooms with Internet- and Intranet-connection in central city position. You receive coaching personally as well as via E-Mail.
FAQ TOEFL: www.ets.org/toefl. For details regarding your TOEFL test, please contact the organiser Sprachenmarkt at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 0711-12 85 15 40 or 0711-50 43 37 37. Please do not contact the Journalistenakademie team, as we have no information about the tests.
Journalists-Academy was certified according to ISO 9001. Members of the German Journalists-Union (dju) and verdi pay half-price at our Seminars.
We are member of the German Communication Association (DGPuK), the German Journalists-Union (dju/verdi) and of the German Journalists-Federation( DJV).
We organise the Munich Media-Talk together with Friedrich-Ebert-Foundation Munich.
„Media compentence is part of soft-skills“, is the credo of Peter Lokk from Media-Academy Nuremberg, „Technology is understandable“, says Sven Mainka from Media-House Frohburg. „One needs more key qualifications than just specialized knowledge“, knows Irene Stuiber. „Everyone can learn to write“, thinks Gabriele Hooffacker, founder of Munich Media-Store and Journalists-Academy.
This page is made to inform you about the main-concepts of our academy. If you want to get more detailed information about us, please refer to our German website.