Correspondent work

Here are a few examples of the assignments and projects Mikkel Keldorf Media has been responsible for:


  • ScandAsia: Covering Scandinavian business in China (2012-2013)

In charge of the Chinese issue of business magazine Scandasia. I did stories about the most important and influential Scandinavians in the commercial sector of China.

Click here to read the online version of ScandAsia Magazine

  • Eidos: Video journalist for international game developing company in Shanghai, China (2013)

I was appointed to do a series of TV spots for game developing company Eidos in a project launched in cooperation with Ebbe Sand Soccer Academy (run by Danish soccer legend Ebbe Sand).

Click here to watch a video from the project

  • Rio+20: Covering the UN Conference on Sustainable Development (2012)

While I was studying in Rio de Janeiro the biggest UN-conference in history was held in the city. I wanted to be there. So, I created my own media – a website called This gave me access to all the big leaders of the world and the freedom to observe, interact with top level politicians and diplomats.

News covering:

  • Freelance correspondent in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil (2012 and 2014)

“Reportage: Rio’s security strategy crumbles before the World Cup”
Following the world’s most deadly police force, Rio de Janerio’s, in the pacification of slum area Maré with 130.000 inhabitants. Pictures and reportage published on the biggest Danish news channel TV2.

“Ronaldinho’s rockstar life in Rio de Janeiro”
Once the greatest player in the world and now taking headlines as a drunken playboy. A story about Ronaldinho published in the biggest football magazine in Denmark, Tipsbladet.

Click here to see the online version of the article

  • Freelance news correspondent in Shanghai, China (2013)

“Thousands of dead pigs found in Chinese river”
I did a live interview on Danish TV2 about the mystrerious appearance of thousands of dead pigs in the Shanghai river Huangpu. I followed up with a couple of stories about the scandal the next day.

Click here to read the story with the interview

“Censorship makes neighbours to military base unaware of hacking attack”
This article about the Chinese military hacking allegations from the United States was brought in the Danish nationwide newspaper Kristeligt Dagblad. I was one of only few journalists to visit the area and take photographies of the military base.

Click here to see the online version of the article (in Danish and only for registered users though)

“Chinese citizens fear and detest North Korea”

An article about the Chinese citizens view on the North Korea and USA/South Korea crises made for Danish Tv2.

Click here to see the online version of the article.

Posted on March 8, 2013 in Correspondent

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