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New multimedia project about migration
Today, Deutsche Welle officially launched Destination Europe – its multimedia project examining the challenges and opportunities associated with migration and present a realistic picture of life in Europe.
What drives young Africans to search for a new life in Europe? How do they get there? And do their dreams come true? The 15-part “Destination Europe” series goes inside the real lives of African migrants and follows them from the moment they decide to leave their home to their experiences in Europe.
The project includes radio dramas, video portraits, informational charts, picture galleries and social media activities, like an online discussion using Facebook, with experts and those affected. “Destination Europe” is available in English, French and Arabic, with a special in German.
Date2011-12-01 | 4:07
Market roundup: November 2011
DW used the EXPOLINGUA in Berlin to present its new social networking platform for German learners. CommunityD – der Campus officially launched on October 28 and will provide those who want to learn German a great way to improve their skills – with interactive classrooms, chat rooms and multimedia material. The platform also allows students to become the teachers, by letting them upload their own audio and video content, vocabulary lists and other documents.
EUROBOX made a successful debut in Romania at the beginning of October, after premiering nationwide on the public broadcaster TVR Info. EUROBOX is a half-hour program made up of reports and features with unrestricted rights from DW. It covers current European and German issues, commentaries and a press review. It is adapted by DW’s partners in Romania and presented by a Romanian host. It will be broadcast on TVR Info on Saturdays with a second run on Sundays.
Date2011-11-04 | 3:30
Market roundup: October 2011
As part of an agreement with the second-largest TV manufacturer, LG Electronics will begin programming apps for DW that will be available on so-called smart TVs. These apps will make it possible for customers to access multilingual content from DW right from their living room.
DW is now available GVT, a pay TV platform from Vivendi, dramatically increasing its presence in Brazil. On October 1, DW was made available on the pay TV platform, which makes use of a hybrid broadcast (DTH/IPTV). This is the first platform of its kind in Brazil. It makes it possible to receive programming via DRH and, at the same time, use interactive elements like video-on-demand via IPTV. GVT offers more than 140 channels in three different packages – and Vivendi is expecting a lot of growth in this sector in the next year.
DW has signed an agreement to work with DBS TV in Cameroon, a station that is based in Douala and available in Africa, Europe, North and South America. Along with taking on DW programming, DBS TV will work with Germany’s international broadcaster on a weekly coproduction in the future.
TempoTV in Indonesia has integrated several of DW’s television shows into its line-up, including In Focus, Bundesliga Kickoff, European Journal, Kino, Global 3000, in good shape and tomorrow today. TempoTV is available nationwide and specializes in educational programming. It is available on AORA – a DTH satellite platform – and reaches approximately 400,000 subscribers.
Also in Indonesia, IPTV provider Groovia has been broadcasting DW-TV ASIA+ since July after signing an agreement with DW. Groovia has more than 100 TV channels.
DW’s is now available on Crystal TV – an online provider. The platform makes it possible for customers with PCs, Macs, smartphones, tablets and iPods to access video DW’s video live stream.
Date2011-10-04 | 1:44
Market roundup: June 2011
DW has signed a contract with SKY Mexico – the largest pay TV provider in Mexico with 3.3 million subscribers. SKY Mexico also covers areas of Costa Rica, Dominican Republic, Honduras, Guatemala and Nicaragua. DW-TV is included in a the “World & Culture” package with other international broadcasters.
This is just one of the contracts that DW signed while at the Canitec in Mexico – one of the most important trade shows for cable television in the region. Others include new partnerships with Capital 21 (Mexico City), Sicom (Puebla) and RTV Veracruz (Xalapa) who are incorporating the Spanish television service as well as audio and online content.
DW-TV is now in the digital television program from Salzburg AG. Deutsche Welle will now be available to more than 120,000 subscribers in the state of Salzburg, Austria, across the entire cable network of Salzburg AG.
Date2011-06-06 | 7:50
TagsAustria, Canitec, Costa Rica, Dominican Republic, DW-TV, Europe, Guatemala, Honduras, Mexico, online, SKY Mexico, television
Market roundup: May 2011
DW has signed an agreement with Apalya – India’s largest sales platform for mobile television. This agreement makes it possible for customers from India’s 12 leading mobile providers – including Vodafone and Reliance – to access the DW-TV ASIA+ livestream over GPRS by using MimobiTV. Just another addition to DW’s mobile presence in India and throughout the region.
DW-TV is now available on Zon – the leading provider in Portugal. The Pay TV channel has included the full DW-TV channel into its “Funtastic” and “Digital” packages. Zon has more than 1.3 million subscribers in Portugal.
Deutsche Welle (DW) has entered into agreements with Télévision Tunisienne und Hannibal TV. The two channels will integrate current shows, magazines and background features as part of their programming.
Date2011-05-06 | 1:06
TagsAfrica, Asia, channels, DW-TV, Europe, India, mobile TV, Pay TV, Portugal, subscribers, television, Tunisia