Public Broadcasting


Mageia’s roots lie in journalism. Justice, truth, fairness and balance are the fundamental values underlying Mageia's numerous documentaries and factual programs produced for public television over the years. This medium also provides a channel to develop narrative and conceptual skills and to keep abreast of contemporary approaches to documentaries and story telling.

Currently we are working on a one hour documentary for the Finnish Broadcasting Company Yle, about a shipwreck of m/s Irma that claimed 11 victims in 1968. It was, at that time the biggest maritime disaster in Finland in modern times. 

Our latest broadcasted documentary of December 2018 told the amazing wartime love story of Herbert and Alice. Another recent example, also broadcasted on Yle, is a the story about friendship for life. The story about the gentlemen at Salve can be seen here.

Mageia has told the story of some of the many Estonians who have migrated to Finland in search of gainful employment. Please click here to watch the video.

Over the years, we have also contributed to other documentary projects with our knowledge and skills. A recent example is the story of a Finnish wreck seeker.

Mageia is a partner in Finland and the Baltics to Euronews’ Learning World - a programme focusing on global education. Please click here to watch an example of this.