FREELANCE journalist Janny Kok in Rotterdam is more or less well-known in the maritime cluster circles; particularly in international publications in special interest magazines about ports, maritime trade and industry, and the logistics sector. Recently she has been called the doyenne of the Dutch transport sector. How about that.
Among them are UK-based publications, such as The Loadstar, HCB, and others when the old budget permits. Janny was told that her writing and expertise was highly appreciated. American Grammarly confirmed this by stating “You were more accurate than 92% of Grammarly users”, and, ” You have a larger vocabulary than 83% of Grammarly users.”
harbourexpert.simplesite.com LinkedIn, Facebook and YouTube to find out more about the multitasking freelance and the things that keep her going. Janny is always willing to learn, in this case from multitasking radio colleague Jacco van Giessen as shown at https://youtu.be/EVqTKtpsPyo
In this day and age, my profession requires some explanation. No, I don’t issue fake news and yes, I can be trusted. “I’m a Rotterdammer with a hands-on mentality. http://rtvr.nl/qbXZ unveils RTV Rijnmond footage of a mixture of journalistic work and a kind of campaigning for a swift reopening of theTuindorp Vreewijk community centre De Brink. I also contributed to a book about 100 years De Brink. Quit a story about a remarkable community centre.
Former Port physician Willem den Hoed asked me to do PR work for the Stichting Daniel den Hoed; the foundation that preserves the medical heritage of his father, cancer specialist Daniel den Hoed. Together with his mother, Doctor Daniel den Hoed did outstanding research on treatment of cancer. Find out more about the foundation on Facebook.com/stichtingdanieldenhoed/
There is more in the footage, pictures and what not. Here are some Rotterdam sounds for all to hear as well. https://soundcloud.com/janny1-1/hetgeluidvanrotterdamnl
and as broadcasted on RTV Rijnmond years ago . . . .https://soundcloud.com/jaccovangiessen/boei-037-boei-stereo-tony-viola