Allan Alaküla

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Allan Alaküla (born 11 September 1968 in Kohtla-Järve) is an Estonian journalist.[1]

Head of Tallinn European Union Office in Brussels since 2007.

Graduated from Tartu University history department (1993), refreshed in Birmingham University (1996) and Indian Institute of Mass Communication (2000).

Was President of Estonian Union of Journalists 2001–2004 and member of Estonian Press Council 1999–2003. Chairman of supervisory board of Tallinn Television July 2012-January 2017.

Worked as editorial writer in Estonian daily Postimees, as head of opinion department in daily Sõnumileht and as editor in chief in weekly Kesknädal; in Tallinn municipal administration held previously position of public relations director.

References[edit]

  1. ^ Pistis ja põhiseadus (in Estonian), 28 November 1995