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Market roundup: August 2014
DW presented the winners of a multimedia journalism competition with their prizes in Colombia at an awards ceremony held at DW’s Colombian partner station, Señal Colombia, in Bogotá. The contest received a lot of attention from Colombian media and the awards ceremony was attended by many prominent journalists and media producers. Two grand prize winners received a trip to Bonn for the Global Media Forum and four others also received prizes. Around 60 participants competed in the contest which was centered on environmental and ecological issues. The contest ran from the end of last year to April and was divided into video and print categories.
DW has a new web TV partner in India. Zenga TV, one of India’s leading portals for TV live streams will now carry the English-language channel, DW. The channel is also available via Zenga on mobile devices. The service currently has 21 million registered subscribers.
Indonesia’s largest pay-TV platform, Indovision, is now including DW in its expanded IPTV service, Playmedia. The provider expects to draw 1.5 million new subscribers with the service.
The Taiwanese cable provider Digidom will now carry the English-language channel, DW. The provider delivers local and international TV channels to Taipei.
Date2014-08-04 | 11:32
TagsBogota, Colombia, Global Media Forum, India, Indonesia, Indovision, Taiwan, ZengaTV
DW recognizes outstanding Indonesian journalists
DW continues to promote quality journalism in every corner of the world. One of the latest initiatives was a competition for journalists in Indonesia conducted in cooperation with Indovision, a local DW partner. Last week two winners were announced representing Indonesian print and television media. Brent Goff, one of DW’s top anchors, presented the awards at a workshop event in Jakarta attended by all of the finalists of the competition.
Yogi Apriandi from Popular Magazine and Hatunggal Siregar from Delik RCTI were the two grand-prize winners of a trip to Bonn for the 2014 Global Media Forum. The entrants were asked to produce a journalistic work emphasizing how Euromaxx, Kick Off! ,Global 3000, Shift or Journal influenced Indonesian audiences. An alternative topic was to describe how the Internet influences public opinion.
The finalist workshop called, “produce once, publish everywhere,” was focused on developing state-of-the-art media and independent journalism in Indonesia.
Date2014-06-10 | 2:44
Market roundup: August 2012
OPMA in Mexico has expanded its partnership with DW by including another 200 hours of programming from DW Transtel. OPMA has been a DW partner since the end of 2011 and is broadcast nationwide.
Programming from DW Transtel was also picked up by Mexico’s Green TV. The cable channel agreed to a deal with 100 hours of programming. The channel focuses on environmental issues and therefore was interested in programming like DW’s Global Ideas.
The DW Media Center continues to expand – now including programming in both Russian and Farsi. The Media Center is now offered in six languages and is planning on expanding that to 14 within the next few months.
DW is now available on Skynet in Myanmar. The DTH provider just started broadcasting this past February and will include DW’s English feed. Skynet is available nationwide and offers telephone and Internet services in addition to television.
DW has a new online partner in Indonesia with Okezone. The new online portal is a subsidiary of cable giant Indovision and is available to approximately 1 million users. Also in Indonesia, DW’s English channel is now available in the satellite package from Topas TV. The up-and-coming network is looking to add 500,000 subscribers in the next three years.
Date2012-08-02 | 1:52
TagsDW Transtel, environment, Indonesia, Indovision, Mexico, OPMA
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
Tagscontest, digital culture, Indonesia, Indovision, Internet, online, Shift, television
Market roundup: April 2012
The Chilean channel ARTV has noticeably increased the number of DW shows it broadcasts in the last month. A DW premium partner, ARTV is now showing Claves, Euromaxx and Cultura 21 in Spanish. ARTV is one of the most important DTH and cable platforms in Chile and reaches more than 2.5 million viewers.
The Indonesian video portal Okezone has included DW in its lineup. The video and streaming website, which is managed by cable giant Indovision, has started broadcasting DW’s English television channel. Okezone has more than 1 million potential users and offers livestreams of Indonesian and international channels as well as offering an on-demand package.
Sansar Cable in Mongolia is also broadcasting DW’s English television channel to its more than 80,000 households in the capitol city of Ulaan Bator.
DW has expanded its cooperation with Nine Six International Radio in Pakistan, which will now provide DW programming to three further stations on the border to Afghanistan. The stations will be broadcasting DW in Urdu. Also in Pakistan, DW has signed a new partnership with a web-radio provider. Pakistan Sounds will be broadcasting 12 programs and two language courses in Urdu, Pashtu and English.
Date2012-04-04 | 4:04
TagsARTV, Chile, Indonesia, Indovision, Mongolia, Pakistan, radio, streaming, television