Monaco Tribune (MT) is a 100% digital media on its way to reaching half a million readers globally. Founded in 2018, MT is a multilingual and general-interest magazine publishing daily content in French, English, Italian and Russian.
We are more than just a news outlet. MT tells insightful and captivating stories for our audience of professionals, entrepreneurs and aspirers. MT stories appeal to the local audience in Monaco and the French Riviera, as well as an extensive worldwide audience that is interested in the Principality.
Thanks to high-quality, authoritative coverage, and numerous digital distribution channels, MT is now the leading source of information from and about the Principality.
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Bringing experience from international affairs and multilingual media environment, Niels is responsible for MT’s strategic development in all its languages and across all its platforms. His goal is to position MT as Monaco’s leading international digital media by providing superior quality content and leveraging digital technology.
As well as being Monaco Tribune’s Deputy Editor-in-Chief, Romain is also in charge of MT’s sports section and of covering all things AS Monaco. After working at Nice-Matin, Le Figaro, and a brief detour via Spain, Romain founded Le Sport au Féminin, the first French-language 100% digital media dedicated to women’s sport. Faithfull to his love of sports, Romain also worked as Head of Communications for RC Grasse.
A journalist since 2007, Claire started out working in radio, where the adrenaline of live broadcasts quickly won her over. After taking a long break from the industry, Claire joined Monaco Tribune. Passionate about culture, food and travel, Claire is driven by a desire to tell people’s stories, from their struggles to their accomplishments.
In love with his job, Kevin is a graduate of the Nice Journalism school. After finishing university, Kevin joined lifestyle magazine Monaco Monsieur, eventually becoming Editor-in-chief. He now freelances for Monaco Tribune as a Business and Society contributor.
After a degree in Journalism at the Institut des Médias in Lyon, Marjorie first worked for the weekly magazine Marianne, before moving to Morocco and joining the international magazine Tel Quel. After coming back to France, she joined Cote publishing house, where she worked on the SBM magazine, Monte-Carlo Society. She now works at Monaco Tribune as a Business and Society contributor.
Benoît is a freelance videographer and photographer with a passion for journalism and the news. Above all, he enjoys sharing his curiosity for the world through the video content he produces for Monaco Tribune.
When Francesca isn’t busy translating Monaco Tribune into English, she writes for the culture section, as well as the occasional article about sustainability. A Modern Languages student at the University of Oxford, Francesca is particularly interested in the art industry, classical music and Monaco’s cultural policy.