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Dave Keating

Journalist

Brussels, Belgium

Dave Keating

Multimedia journalist covering European politics.
Brussels correspondent for France 24 and Forbes.

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EU agencies in the anti-expert era

Moderation of an event hosted by European ombudsman Emily O'Reilly about how EU agencies respond to reputational risk.
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European Steel Day 2016

Moderation of European Steel Day 2016
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Revitalising European Night Train and EC-IC services

Moderation of a conference in the European Parliament asking why, across Europe, night train services are grinding to a halt. Panel moderation begins at 1:45.
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Facebook Live with Kaja Kallas and Hendrik Bourgeois

Moderation of Facebook Live from Mont des Arts, Brussels.
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EU Election Countdown: The Euranet Debate

There's just one year to go until the next EU Election - the countdown started last week. Dave Keating asks MEPs David McAllister from Germany, Tanja Fajon from Slovenia, Ernest Urtasun from Spain and Liadh Ni Riada from Ireland if they think the proportion of Eurosceptic MEPs in the European Parliament (currently 1/4) will go up or down next year.
Euranet Plus Summit Link to Story
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The Biofuels Debate

Facebook Live moderation ahead of a European Parliament vote to reform the European Union's subsidy rules for biofuels.
Politico Link to Story
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Terror feeds: inside the fear machine

Moderation of a panel with .Saud Al-Zaid and Pieter Van Ostaeyen about terror networks use of online propaganda and recruitment tools.
DisruptionNet Lab Link to Story
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Alliance4YOUth live online press briefing

Moderation of live video press conference with European Commissioner Marianne Thyssen.
European Parliament Link to Story
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Driving mobility to a low carbon future

Moderation of European Aluminium Day at Autoworld in Brussels.
European Aluminium Link to Story
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Challenging Inequality: Ways Forward

Moderation at the 2017 Belgrade Security Forum, on the subject of populism in the face of rising inequality.
Belgrade Security Forum Link to Story
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Should the EU be promoting gas?

High-level energy stakeholders at a Politico Energy Visions event on the future of gas in the EU are asked what they think about the fuel as a partner for renewable energy.
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Navigating The New Telecommunications Code

Competition has been the driver for investment and better services for Europeans under the current legislative framework. The new framework looks towards future deployments and aims to continue a competition based model with added incentives for investment, putting in place a co-investment system for the current and future big market players.
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About

Dave Keating

Dave Keating, the former editor of EuropeanVoice.com, is an American journalist based in Brussels.

Having previously covered US politics in Washington, Dave specialises in drawing comparisons between the American federal system and the European Union. He is now Brussels correspondent for France 24 and Forbes.

He is well-known in Brussels not only for his reporting, but also his conference moderation.

Dave has covered the courtrooms of Chicago, the halls of the US congress, the streets of New York City and the board rooms of the City of London. As a broadcast journalist, Dave has worked as a line producer for a weekly newscast, a show producer for newsmagazine specials and a segment producer for live news panels and interviews.

Outside of journalism, Dave has worked as a documentary filmmaking instructor and directed a weekly talk show in New York. Dave holds a Bachelor of Arts degree from New York University in Film/Television and History. He also holds a Masters of Science in Journalism from Northwestern University's Medill School of Journalism.