NonstopMedia is a European publishing organization newly formed by a group of specialists from different EU countries, joining forces to bring together the most competent and competitive professionals in the fields of media making, consulting, education and training.
Our team consists of longstanding journalists, writers, designers, editors, as well as other media-oriented people and – last but not least – marketing strategists. Together, we form an extraordinary crew which combines decades of successful business and educational activity in many European states and regions. We have expertise in collaborating with particular partners like trade unions (local branches, national centers as well as international federations) NGOs, and other socially and environment oriented entities, for which we have provided training, designed campaigns, and produced a multitude of printed and electronic publications.
We are an excellent media company with extensive experience working not only with commercial entities but also with non-profit advocacy groups and labor unions.
Our Core Values
Our core values are that the media industry should help to make the world a better place, and that the media environment should be something valuable and useful, rather than a jumble of words and images that is currently polluting the public sphere.
Eliana Mejía is a creative Technologist, working with immersive media (VR, AR and 360º videos) focusing on UI/UX for WebVR. In January 2019, she won the prize for “Best use of Vuforia” at the Reality Virtually Hackathon organized by the MIT Media Lab, in Boston, Massachusetts.
In 2018 she joined LucidWeb as the lead UI/UX designer, working on WebVR projects for some of the biggest broadcasters in Europe. Previously Eliana worked for several years as a digital designer for the public and private sector in Colombia. She managed various campaigns as UI/UX designer at the Ministry of Information and Communications Technology of Colombia, for the communications team at Apps.co and Digital Contents.
She holds a Bachelor Degree in Graphic Design from Los Libertadores University in Bogotá and a Masters Degree in Creative Technology from Middlesex University in London.
He is a longstanding Polish-Bulgarian union and media activist, as well as publisher, translator, and journalist. At the turn of the century, when he was still studying at the University of Warsaw, his involvement in the labor movement began. In 2001, he joined the journalistic team of the magazine of the largest Polish workers’ confederation, the All-Poland Trade Union Alliance. His work involved reporting and delivering media training to various leaders as well as rank-and-file members to boost the presence of their organizations in the public sphere, which required increasing levels of digital competence. Before he took the position of the editor-in-chief of the magazine (and later became its publisher), he had already become known as an educational and motivational speaker for the union and non-governmental sector.
In 2012, he was running a translating and interpreting agency, and three years later, he went back to journalism, where he helped to establish and run a major socially-oriented daily paper and news outlet focused on social and labor affairs. In 2016, together with a group of colleagues coming from similar backgrounds and academics from Bulgaria, Romania, and Poland, he set up a media organization that dealt with all kinds of work in that field: graphic and web design, text translation and edition, production of video clips and documentaries on critical social issues in the region of Eastern Europe, audio podcasting, interpreting, and all kinds of conference services, as well as tailoring campaigns and media training. He is one of the cofounders of the Nonstop Media initiative.