The annual media congress will take place in Bonn from June 30 to July 2, 2014, under the motto "From Information to Participation - Challenges for the Media."
Launched in 2004, the Bobs honor blogs in 14 languages that champion the open exchange of ideas and freedom of expression. Internet users and an expert jury determine the winners.
As a primary media partner of the Beethovenfest Bonn, Deutsche Welle initiated the Orchestra Campus in 2001. This year's partner country for the intercultural music project will be Turkey.
Every year, DW Akademie invites media academics to participate in a media dialogue symposium. This year's focus is on Kenya's media landscape. Paper proposals were accepted until mid-February for the May 21 conference.
"Supporting change" is the DW Akademie's 2011-2012 annual report reviewing Akademie projects and the impact media development can have.
After 12 years, Bettermann ended his term as director general of DW this fall. He tells The Channel magazine about key developments in that time, including DW's increased focus on regionalized and multimedia content.
To mark DW's 60th anniversary, the AIBD magazine Broadcaster interviews Director General Erik Bettermann on the past and future of DW Akademie's decades-long support for media development in the Asia-Pacific region.
Deutsche Welle (DW) first went on air on May 3, 1953. How far has Germany's international broadcaster come since? What has remained the same, and what has fundamentally changed? We asked Director General Erik Bettermann.
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