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Market roundup: December 2016
DW has two new online partners in Venezuela. Prodavinci.com, one of the top-three news and information websites in the country, is now including full articles from DW in Spanish. ElEstimulo.com, another very popular Argentinean news site, has embedded a DW content box on its news page.
Also in Argentina, Canal 4 San Juan is now a part-time DW programming partner. Included are Spanish-language news broadcasts and the programs Economía, Todo gol, Escápate und Primer plano.
DW has added 20 TV partners for the environmental program Eco@Africa at the DISCOP trade fair in Johannesburg. The program is produced in cooperation of Channels TV in Nigeria and KTN in Kenya and is valued in African markets for its outstanding and insightful reporting.
News content from DW is being integrated into Mail & Guardian Online, a news website in South Africa. Included are full-text articles and video feeds from Africa on the Move.
Journalists with DW’s Europe desk used new live streaming technology to shoot a live broadcast in cooperation with the Serbian public broadcaster RTS. Using DMNG safe stream app on a mobile device, a Serbian anchor from DW was broadcast live in Belgrade on the morning talk show, “Tako stoje stvari” (That’s it).
The Finnish telecom provider OYI is carrying DW (Deutsch) in its cable and IPTV package. OYI has an estimated 500,000 subscribers.
Get AS cable network is new broadcasting partner for DW’s English-language channel in Norway, with around 500,000 subscribers.
Channel 44 in Adelaide, Australia is now regularly broadcasting PopXport, Arts 21, Europe in Concert and Kick Off! to a potential audience of 1.25 million viewers.
Wah Cable Network and Seven Star Digital in Wah and Karachi, Pakistan are carrying DW’s English-language channel and together reach 30,000 subscribers.
Date2016-12-02 | 4:28
TagsAfrica on the Move, Arts.21, Channel 44, Channels TV, Eco@Africa, Economía, Escápate, Europe in Concert, Kick Off!, KTN, Mail & Guardian Online, popxport, Primer plano, RTS Serbia, Seven Star Digital, Tako stoje stvari, Todo gol, Wah cable network
DW and PopXport help support live music in Germany
German music needs a strong voice to be heard by the world and DW is actively involved. Recently DW’s German music program PopXport was the media partner at an awards event organized by the German Commissioner for Cultural Affairs and the Media. The APPLAUS awards honored 64 outstanding independent clubs, and venues across Germany that help support young musicians and artists while contributing to a vibrant independent music scene.
PopXport already plays a large role in promoting German music as the media partner for the Initiativ Musik, a funding agency from the German federal government that supports new German music acts in every genre. Every month, PopXport features a new artist on the show.
The APPLAUS prize celebrates and supports small and medium sized music clubs and event promoters. The awards were divided into three categories with the top prize set at 30,000 Euros. A report on the awards ceremony is being aired on the PopXport episode starting October 16.
Date2015-10-16 | 5:24
Silver and gold for DW at the World Media Festival
A diverse selection of DW documentaries, specials and series won numerous awards at the 15th World Media Festival in Hamburg this past week. Organized by Intermedia, this year’s festival drew 700 entries from 35 countries.
Winning a gold intermedia-globe in the documentary-magazine format category was PopXport Special, a 10-part production from DW’s popular music show that showcases some of Germany’s most successful recording artists. The Global Ideas web-documentary, Serengeti- Toward an uncertain future, won a gold award in the E-Learning and Education category and the 10-part series, Tracing the past: German-Jewish cultural heritage, won gold in the Documentaries-Other category. The 28-part Euromaxx series, Europe 28 , which takes a look at all 28 capital cities of the EU, won a gold award in the documentaries-destinations category as did the music documentary, The Highest Level , in the documentaries-arts category.
Winning a silver intermedia-globe award was the music documentary, The Colón Ring- Wagner in Buenos Aires, in the Documentaries-Arts category and a production from Kino- The German Film Magazine that explores German film in Brazil and the relationship between the two countries won silver in the documentaries-magazine format category. A report from People and Politics was also awarded silver in the News-Documentary category. It tells the story of children who were abducted by the Nazis in Eastern Europe who as adults are searching for their roots.
The performance at the 2014 World Media Festival in Hamburg comes a few weeks after many DW productions won awards at festivals in Las Vegas and Houston.
Date2014-05-20 | 1:34
Tags2014 World Media Festival, DW, Global Ideas, Kino, politik direkt, popxport, The Colon Ring, the highest level
Playlists and podcasts make listening easier
PopXport is now working with Spotify to provide a playlist for the online streaming service’s 24 million users worldwide. The playlist will be updated each week according to the latest episode of PopXport, giving users an interactive mix of the latest hits, new releases and classics. In addition, the show’s hosts will also be adding songs that are currently in rotation on their personal iPods. Users can find the playlist directly on Spotify, or just go to the PopXport website in English, German and Spanish.
Also in music news, listeners can now join Kate Müser and Natalie Muller in the Pulse studio for the latest on youth culture in Germany and across Europe by subscribing to a free podcast.
Date2014-01-06 | 11:01
Spanish, German and PopXport are all getting more air time
Starting September 30, audiences in Asia and Latin America will be able to enjoy an expanded DW television lineup in Spanish and German. DW (Latinoamerica) will be increasing its Spanish language programming from 20 to 24 hours a day and DW (Asien) will also feature a full 24 hours of German language programming. The change is a part of a strategy to provide programming that it suited to the demands of different global markets. The success of DW’s Spanish programming in Latin America has dictated the change to a full 24-hour program. In Asia, DW already offers 24 hours of English language programming on its flagship channel. Increasing DW (Asien) programming to 24 hours in German will make DW the go-to channel for a complete selection of German language television in Asian markets.
But that’s not all, PopXport, DW’s trendy music magazine featuring all the best music and bands from Germany, will now be aired once every week.
Date2013-09-27 | 11:21
TagsAsia, DW (Asien), DW (Latinoamerica), German programming, Latin America, lineup, popxport, Spanish programming, television, TV