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Global Media Forum 2012 underway
Deputy Director General of Deutsche Welle, Reinhard Hartstein officially opened the Deutsche Welle Global Media Forum today. His message: “Upbringing, culture and education for all are key to peaceful interaction, to sustainable development and to intercultural dialogue.” More than 1,800 participants from around the world are now in Bonn to discuss “Culture. Education. Media – Shaping a Sustainable World.” If you aren’t attending, a great way to keep track of the latest developments and issues taking the forefront is the Twitter tracker. The Global Media Forum team is showcasing all of the live tweets from panel discussions and workshops and you can check in to see what is going on.
Date2012-06-25 | 6:12
Tagsconference, education, Global Media Forum 2012, media, radio, sustainable development, television
Deutsche Welle Global Media Forum starts Monday
From June 25-27, the Deutsche Welle Global Media Foru will once again bring attention to the issues that are relevant in today’s global society. This year’s focus will be on “Culture. Education. Media – Shaping a sustainable world”. DW anticipates that about 1,800 participants from 100 nations will attend the conference at the World Conference Center in Bonn. In more than 50 panel discussions and workshops they will discuss subjects such as the right to education, cultural diversity, political culture, global ethics and intercultural dialog, sustainability and new methods of learning.
German Foreign Minister Guido Westerwelle is taking part in the fifth edition of the three-day conference. On Tuesday, June 26, he will stalk about “Shaping globalization together: Deepening dialogues and building partnerships.” The former Indonesian president Jusuf Habibie and the Director of News and Current Affairs of Al Arabiya Nakhle El Hage will also take the panel discussion. Some of the other illustrious guest speakers confirmed for this year include author and South African anti-apartheid activist Denis Goldberg, Franz Josef Radermacher, a professor of informatics at the University of Ulm and a member of the Club of Rome, as well as the human rights activist Theary C. Seng from Cambodia.
On Monday afternoon, DW will put a focus on the Russian television market with a panel looking at Education in Modern Commercial TV-Markets. The Deutsche Welle Global Media Forum has always been a fantastic platform for media representatives to meet with their colleagues and discuss the most current issues that are shaping the industry. The DW distribution team always takes part in panels and helps develop side events.
We will keep you updated with news from the event – so keep an eye out for developments. You can also check out a full list of speakers and events here.
Date2012-06-22 | 8:56
Finalists selected for Klick competition
The votes have been counted and the finalists decided. More than 10,000 users from around the world have chosen their favorite photos in the Klick photo competition. These 10 photos will be shown at this year’s Deutsche Welle Global Media Forum from June 25-27 in Bonn, Germany, where the expected 1,500 conference participants will select the top three winners of the 2012 “KLICK!” photo competition.
You can see all of the finalists in a gallery at www.dw.com/klick
And if you haven’t read it yet, see what DW’s Director General Eric Bettermann had to say about education – the theme of this year’s Deutsche Welle Global Media Forum.
Date2012-06-01 | 11:44
Market roundup: May 2012
Radio Nawa has been signed on as a radio partner in Afghanistan and has been broadcasting DW’s Pashtu program since the middle of March. Radio Nawa is a subsidiary of the Saba Media Organization that specializes in informational programming and is available in 20 of the 34 provinces in Afghanistan. Along with the nightly DW broadcast, Radio Nawa will be broadcasting “Learning by Ear” once a week in Dari in Pashtu.
MioTV in Singapore has integrated the all-English television channel DW into their IPTV line-up. MioTV is considered a pioneer in the realm of IPTV in Asia and provides programming to the culturally-diverse public in Singapore. It is a subsidiary of Singapore Telecommunications (SingTel) – one of the largest in Asia.
The Indonesian cable provider Megavision has also integrated DW’s English chanel into ist line-up and broadcasts it 24 hours daily. Megavision bundles international and local television channels for viewers in Bandung, Bogor, Semarang and Malang.
Euromaxx is now available in most of Russia as the result of a new partnership with STP-Content. The Russian syndication network is the largest in Russia and provides content for regional TV networks in. This will make Euromaxx available to more than 40 million viewers throughout Russia. The Russian version of the award-winning lifestyle show is being produced by Kanal 100TV in St. Petersberg.
DW has a new online partner in Brazil with O Povo. DW will provide a content box for the website as well as Global Ideas videos in Portuguese. O Povo started off as a daily newspaper in 1928 and has expanded to include three radio stations and one television station. The website has more than two million unique visitors monthly.
Date2012-05-02 | 12:44
TagsAfghanistan, education, euromaxx, Indonesia, MioTV, Pakistan, radio, Radio Nawa, Russia, Singapore, television
What’s your view of culture and education?
For the second year in a row, we are looking for submissions for the KLICK! photo competition as part of the Deutsche Welle Global Media Forum. This year, we want photos from around the world that depict situations that you associate with education and culture. These could also be pictures of projects, actions and campaigns that bring attention to education and cultural diversity. We will use these remarkable images to create an online photo atlas, as well as feature them in publications from the Deutsche Welle Global Media Forum. Users will also be able to vote for their favorite online and help us select the 10 most impressive images. These will be part of an exhibit at the Deutsche Welle Global Media Forum from June 25-27, 2012. Conference participants will then choose the three winners.
Date2012-03-11 | 8:36
Tagsadvocacy, culture, Deutsche Welle Global Media Forum, diversity, education, Klick, photo competition