"inJour is and must be the media channel, where you get the stories that goes behind the facade. reader should gain an insight into the many fascinating worlds where you can not otherwise always have the opportunity to get into. Refugee camp brothel, police interrogation rooms. And then InJour disseminate journalism, told exciting, different, skewed. Told in a way so you can feel the history and the people attending. Tales of the inner life, it is a focal point that inJour must strive for. Because that is what journalism can do really exciting - as a journalist, not least as a reader of this. "
Kasper Reggelsen was educated at the Danish school of Media and Journalism.