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Watch and win with DW and Indovision
Deutsche Welle is bringing its new show Shift to Asia and accompanying it with a “watch and win” contest being run in cooperation with Indovision. Shift – Living in the Digital Age is a TV magazine that showcases the latest in Internet news – showing what’s fun and exciting in the digital world.
DW is working with Indovision on a contest that lets viewers in Indonesia watch and win. All they need to do is tune in to Shift in August and submit a contest entry online at www.indovision.tv. All contest entries will have a chance to win a third generation iPad and premium DW merchandise.
Shift is being broadcast on DW’s English language channel via satellite and is included in the lineups of more than 950 partners in Asia.
Find out more at www.dw.com/english/shift
Date2012-08-01 | 8:11
DW and the Goethe-Institut want to get you to Berlin
For their Ticket to Berlin game show, Deutsche Welle and the Goethe-Institut are conducting a worldwide search for nine people who are ready for adventure. For 10 days, contestants will travel all over Germany, fulfill certain tasks and meet interesting people. A camera team will accompany them on their journey and the videos of this adventure will be shown on the DW and Goethe-Institut websites.
If you or someone you know has what it takes to compete, they should register on the show’s website. We need a photograph that shows you in full (not just your face), plus a short video. You can upload both here just as soon as you have registered. The closing date for applications is 28 June 2012!
Find out more about DW’s German courses here.
Date2012-06-11 | 10:13
New contest to develop Learning by Ear content
Deutsche Welle (DW) is using a contest to develop a new kind of user-generated content for its award-winning radio series Learning by Ear. From now until June 30, young listeners in Africa will be able to submit their story ideas for a chance at having one of them produced and broadcast, as well as being turned into a community play.
So far, Learning by Ear has told the stories of many young Africans, like Jon-athan who dreamt of becoming one of the most successful soccer players in the world. Or 16-year-old Desirée who took care of her little brother follow-ing her mother’s death.
Now, Germany’s international broadcaster wants their listeners in Africa to share the most important lessons they’ve learned in life, or respond about the topics they want to hear more about in the future. The winning story will be turned into a new Learning by Ear series and adapted for the stage in the winner’s hometown, with the winning group in the production. Other prizes include cameras, a CD player plus a Learning by Ear fan package including t-shirts, CDs and much more.
Entries will be accepted until June 30, 2012 and winners will be selected shortly thereafter. The contest is open to young people under the age of 25 and groups need to be made up of at least five people. All participants must be from an African country.
Entries should include a written story no longer than one page; a list of the group members including their names and ages; and a photo of the entire group. All entries should be sent to email@example.com.
Date2012-05-18 | 10:23
DW and you!
We need your help! We want to bring DW to every part of the world and document this with a collage of photos from our fans. Just take a picture of yourself with the DW logo (either printed or recreated) in your home town or favorite spot, send it in and you could win one of three iPads or one of 20 smart phones! We will also be publishing a selection of entries at dw.de/myDW
Date2012-02-06 | 3:52
The future is now for DW’s contest winner
What is a computer programmer from Moscow doing at Deutsche Welle’s headquarters in Bonn? Well, Ksenia Koteleva helped decide which topic would be featured in the last episode of the future now series and picked up the grand prize: a trip for two to Germany. She and her sister Elizaveta came to DW this week and also took a tour of the CAESAR research center down the street.
Ksenia studied mathematics and spends at least some of her free-time online. She “finds lots of interesting stuff” at www.dw-world.de and DW’s future now multimedia project was something that really caught her eye. It highlights researchers looking for answers to some of our generation’s most burning issues in the areas of health, communication, mobility and the environment.
To get more people involved in the series, DW developed a contest that would let people from around the world vote for a project that was yet to be made. From the three alternatives, Ksenia (like the majority of DW users) voted for “Computers of the future” and thereby won the grand prize.
Ksenia has already spent some time in Germany. She attended school for six months here and also vacationed here with her brother. But she had never been to Bonn. “But I like Bonn. It’s not a big city, but it’s pretty and the people here are very nice.”
Date2011-07-14 | 2:00