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Global Ideas wins in Cannes
One of our GLOBAL IDEAS reports is among the winners at the Cannes Corporate Media & TV Awards 2011. The report about ingenious ways of countering flood impacts in Bangladesh by Carl Gierstorfer aired in June.
Date2011-08-24 | 2:55
Global Ideas has found its winners
Joaquín Gutiérrez, Mexico
Rishita Islam, Bangladesh
Noel Kuppan, Malaysia
Date2011-07-27 | 1:49
GLOBAL 3000 breaks into Russian TV market
For the first time, one of DW’s shows was broadcast on free TV in Russia. GLOBAL 3000 – DW’s program on the environment and globalization – will be broadcast on Friday evenings on RBC TV, with re-runs on Saturdays and Sundays. The broadcaster is promoting the new show online and during its daily line-up on air.
For the Russian version of GLOBAL 3000, DW delivers a specially-edited, 21-minute long version – optimized for RBC TV. The Russian channel is the leader in business and informational programming and can be seen in more than 600 cities in Russia. DW and RBC TV have been working together since May – GLOBAL 3000 was broadcast for the first time by RBC on July 22.
Date2011-07-25 | 1:11
There is still time to be a part of Global Ideas
Our television series about globalization and sustainability – Global Ideas – wants your input! By taking part in the Global Ideas Quiz, you will have a chance to win a digital camera and take photos of climate protection projects that you think we should know about. Entries will only taken until June 20 – so don’t waste any more time!
Find out more about Global Ideas here.
Date2011-06-02 | 11:57
Nestler onboard the ‘Sonne’
DW reporter Stefan Nestler is still onboard the research vessel "Sonne," currently sailing off the coast of New Zealand. His blogging stint has about run its course but you can still catch up on all the developments on the Methane Blog.
This blog is just one of many contributions to DW's future now project, which is exploring the science of tomorrow. Check it out and explore several different topics in four categories: environment, communication, mobility and health.
Also a great chance to check out the latest DW WebDoc Arsenic in the water about the current situation in Bangladesh.
Date2011-04-21 | 10:11
Tagsblogging, blogs, communication, Deutsche Welle, DW, environment, health, mobility, new media, webdocs