Hege Moe Eriksen covers national affairs in Central- and Southern Europe, in addition to the European Union and NATO.
Moe Eriksen has a long experience reporting on international affairs. She speaks five languages fluently, and has lived many years in France, Spain and the Middle East.
She is a awardwinning reporter and has been a member of the Board of Investigative Journalism in Norway. In 2003, she was awarded a prize for her reporting from the terrorist attack in Madrid. The same year she was given a diploma for her investigative stories on war criminals hiding in Norway.
As a foreign correspondent with a broad field of coverage, Moe Eriksen is reporting from all major events in different countries in Europe.
Moe Eriksen earned a Bachelor of Political Science, Arabic and Journalism from the University of Oslo.
She graduated from high school in Lyon, France and have also studies in Arabic from the Bir Zeit University in Ramallah.
Facts about The Norwegian Broadcasting Corporation - NRK:
The Norwegian Broadcasting Corporation (NRK) is Norway's largest media house with a wide range of content served on tree national TV channels, 16 radio channels and the website nrk.no.
The purpose of the state owned NRK is to provide public service broadcasting for the entire population of Norway by means of radio, television, internet and other media platforms.
Every day almost nine out of ten Norwegians use one or more of NRK's offerings.
Approximately 96 per cent of NRK’s income derives from the license fee which all holders of a television tuner are required to pay.
NRK has some 3,500 employees and 56 offices in Norway and abroad.
The Norwegian Broadcasting Corporation is among the most successful public broadcasters in Europe.
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