Behind the scenes of “Social media and mental health: How being permanently on Twitter can lead to self-destruction”

Producer Maria Dios invites journalist Pablo Jiménez Arandia to discuss his work as a reporter and scriptwriter for the previous episode, “Social media and mental health: How being permanently on Twitter can lead to self-destruction”. The conversation explores how platforms like Twitter and TikTok can foster unrealistic expectations and negatively impact self-esteem and self-perception, and the responsibility journalists and media companies have in striking a balance in the content they produce.

 

About Pablo Jiménez Arandia.

 

Pablo Jiménez Arandia is a journalist based in Barcelona. Through compelling storytelling and intimate interviews, Pablo throws light on the multifaceted relationship between social media and its impacts on mental well-being. His empathetic approach to journalism provides an enlightening lens into the tougher realities of our digital lives.

 

Credits and staff


The second season of Europe Talks Back is produced in partnership with Sphera Network, the first network of independent media in Europe to reinvent the media space and paint a new picture of the continent through impactful, unbiased, raw, and authentic stories.


The producer of Europe Talks Back is Maria Dios

The host and narrator of Europe Talks Back is Juli Simond

Sound editing and mixing is by Jeremy Bocquet

The executive producer of Europe Talks Back is Alexander Damiano Ricci.


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