About

Welcome!

I am Paul-Christian Britz aka @pcbritz

I am a reporter and photographer. Currently, I’m also a trainee in economy and consumer journalism in Berlin. I like to discover cultures all over the world first hand. Make sure to subscribe so you don’t miss the latest pictures and stories!

Please also check out my Portfolio for selected photography and other work.

This Blog

PC’s Pixels and Posts is centered around Journalism. It contains little lessons I learned on the job, pieces, experiments towards the future of journalism and also some stories from my travels.
I started this blog on a Fulbright in a class by Kathy Gill at the University of Washington in 2009: “Digital Journalism“. I wrote “News Media on Twitter” for her book Businesses L.E.A.P. into Twitter that has yet to be published.

History

I  completed my MA in American Studies, Political Science and Film Studies at the University of Mainz, Germany in November 2011.

My thesis “After the Death of Journalism in the US: Reinventing Reporting on the Web” is an analysis of the changing practices within investigative journalism in the US through online culture. You can can read the German Summary if you like or contact me for the original.

My works have aired at Deutsche Welle TV, SWR-Fernsehen and YouTube ;) as well as Südwestrundfunk (SWR), Radio Berlin Brandenburg (RBB Inforadio), Schweizer Rundfunk (SRF).

You might have also seen words of mine NZZ am Sonntag, Finanztest, Test, Rhein-Zeitung or at Zeit Online, Geo.detest.dedw.deHandelszeitungEMS Blog and HOWL Magazine. For work samples, check out this blog and my Portfolio.

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Find me Elsewhere

If you care to find me in other places online, you can find me on TwitterLinkedIn, and if you want all my updates, find me on FriendFeed.

Also check out Campus Mainz – a project I have been working on with friends at the University of Mainz since early 2011.

More questions? Recommendations on travel destinations? Need a media production?

Shoot me an e-mail at media@pcbritz.com
To send me an encrypted message, please use my PGP key.

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