The Frontline Club opened its doors soon after the Frontline Television News agency closed down. Frontline TV was created over Christmas lunch in the midst of the chaos and confusion of the Romanian revolution. It went on to become a key player in the independent fringe of television newsgathering.
The Club quickly became a centre for a diverse group of people united by their passion for quality journalism and dedication to ensuring that stories that fade from headlines are kept in sharp focus.
It exists to promote freedom of expression and support journalists, cameramen and photographers who risk their lives in the course of their work.
The Frontline Club provides journalists with a place to stay, eat, drink and think together. It hosts regular debates, documentary and film screenings and runs training to help journalists stay safe on the frontline.