One-hundred-year-old Bruno Rottenbach is the oldest active journalist working in Germany. His fingers are no longer as quick as his mind, so he dictates all the articles for his quarterly magazine published in Tauberbischofsheim.
As an adult, he’s a successful journalist, but as a child, Constantin struggled with low self-esteem. Read about how he used his unhappiness to move forward in life and discover his greatest passion: storytelling.
This week, hundreds of the world’s top leaders and wealth creators descend on Davos to discuss how to shape the future. Meet the team that will bring you all the exciting action straight from the Swiss Alps.
As the "Huffington Post" website launches a German edition, its founder Arianna Huffington is planning further expansion. DW asks how her blend of journalism and commentary will change the country's media scene.
One street at a time, Flaneur digs into human stories at the local level. But don't expect to find the tales online. Though the print-only magazine flirts with global and local media, it shies from a big online presence.
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