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Market roundup: November 2014
DW has expanded cooperation with Microsoft. Full-text DW articles in 12 languages now complement the rich variety of news content available on msn.com, Microsoft’s global news and information platform. The expansion to msn.com is an improvement on DW’s current cooperation with Microsoft’s Bing News; with better website functionality featuring prominent links to DW online content and advertising potential via a free promo banner that can be adapted to target languages.
Online articles from DW English are now being included on “The Most”, a new online news aggregator developed by The Washington Post. The platform aims to improve user experience with online news by “gathering the most engaging stories from a broad array of top news sources.” The Washington Post boasts 30 million visitors to its website each month.
DW was among a group of international broadcasters meeting in Paris this month to discuss issues surrounding internet censorship. Participants shared ideas on using censorship circumvention systems and discussed possibilities for closer cooperation. Broadcasters at the meeting included VoA, RFA, BBC, RFI, France24 and RNW.
DW is working in cooperation with Fraunhofer IAIS, dpa-inforcom and Neofonie on an innovation project called News-Stream 3.0, which will aggregate big data for journalists. The project develops software tools which make thousands of content sources easy to iuentify and use in newsrooms.
DW content will now be available on Amazon Fire TV and Smart TVs after a new agreement with the Opera Store. Video-on-demand content in German, English, Spanish and Arabic will now be available on over 300 TV models and BluRay Players.
DW has a new partner in the Philippines. The IPTV provider SKYTEL will include DW’s flagship English channel, DW, in its programming package. Skytel began operations at the beginning of October and in its first year plans to reach 100,000 subscribers in the Quezon City/Manila metropolitan area.
DW has a new cable TV partner in Pakistan. OK Cable Network, located in the northern city of Nowshera, will deliver DW to around 10,000 households in the region.
Audionow, a leading “call-to-listen” platform in the USA now features DW audio content in English, French, Hausa, Kiswahili, Portuguese and Amharic. Users access content with a telephone by calling a language-specific number. The service aims to provide diaspora communities with radio news covering their home countries in their native languages.
DW will now be cooperating closely with the Ukrainian international broadcaster, UTR, after a memorandum of understanding was arranged between the directors of both broadcasters. Media training seminars provided in cooperation with DW Akademie are already in planning. DW also plans to lend technical expertise and provide video content to UTR in English, Russian and Ukrainian. Additionally, UTR has expressed interest in acquiring journalistic content from DW. UTR was founded 12 years ago and focuses primarily on television production.
DW has a new Russian-language broadcasting partner based in Israel. Channel 9 broadcasts programming to Russian-speaking audiences in Israel via cable and satellite in Germany, North America and Australia.Also called Israel Plus, Channel 9 will now be broadcasting DW cultural programs Arts.21 and Euromaxx Highlights along with the science and environment formats Tomorrow Today and Global 3000. Online news and articles from DW are also to be included on the new partner’s website. Channel 9 reaches the largest Russian-speaking television audience outside of Russia.
Date2014-11-06 | 9:43
TagsAmazon Fire, Audionow, BBC, Bing News, Channel 9, DW English, DW-AKADEMIE, France24, Israel Plus, Market roundup, Microsoft, Opera Store, RFA, RFI, RNW, Russian, SKYTEL, The Most, The Washington Post, UTR, VoA
DW delivers a new perspective on Ukraine
Since the beginning of the uprising against the government in Ukraine, DW has been providing comprehensive coverage both on location and in the background. Expanding on this is Geofaktor, a new TV magazine for Ukraine launched by DW on January 31. The 26-minute news program will be broadcast in Ukrainian once a week on the popular private broadcaster TVi based in Kiev.
Geofaktor will deliver European and German perspectives and reactions to the events in Ukraine along with coverage of political, social and economic issues that have relevance to daily life in the strained eastern European nation. The program is the newest element of DW’s widely expanded coverage of the pivotal social protests in Ukraine. Since the protests broke out, DW has been providing continuously updated reporting that is bolstered by extra correspondents sent to Kiev. The number of visits to DW’s online platforms in Ukrainian and Russian has skyrocketed in recent weeks, a sign that DW is providing those in affected regions with essential independent and accurate news coverage.
After its first broadcast on January 31, the program will be rebroadcast by TVi Saturday at 8:00 p.m. and Sunday at 12:00 p.m. Episodes can also be seen on-demand on DW’s Ukrainian website. The magazine will be anchored by Kristina Nikolaychuk, who has been with DW since 2004.The program is being produced in Bonn by members of DW’s Ukrainian editorial team. Geofaktor was previously broadcast only in Russian.
Date2014-02-11 | 12:10
Market roundup: March 2012
DW has a new partner for digital television in Malaysia. Asian Broadcasting Network (ABN) started broadcasting DW in February. The digital cable provider has around 500 channels and is working on becoming Malaysia’s second largest digital TV provider. They are trying to acquire 500,000 customers by the end of the year.
DW is also now available around the clock in Tokyo with NEW IT Venture (NITV). The newly-founded Japanese IPTV provider will be broadcasting DW programming in English.
In Pakistan, DW’s English TV channel is now being offered in the Sindh province. DW recently signed an agreement with Orient Multimedia Cable Network und Sky Cable TV Network.
DW has expanded its online presence in the Ukraine by acquiring a new premium partner. DW content has been available on Ukr.Pravda since February 23. The website features news and information in Russian and Ukrainian and receives approximately 260,000 visits each day. It is currently second in the “News & Media” category from LiveInternet.ru. DW content – including full-length articles and links – can be found in a special section for international mass media on Ukr.Pravda. All articles appear with the DW logo and are prominently promoted on the homepage.
Date2012-03-08 | 4:08