In an interview with DW, President Joachim Gauck expands on his much-discussed address at the Munich Security Conference in late January, where he called for Germany to take on more international responsibility.
Interconnected, interactive and participatory: the Deutsche Welle's 10 edition of The Bobs - the international award for the best in online activism - begins on February 5.
Starting mid-February, one of the most popular TV series in the Arab world, "AlBernameg," will be broadcast by DW television. This was announced by DW Director General Peter Limbourg in Bonn.
Deutsche Welle is continuing its restructuring process. The strategy focuses on changes to DW's language offerings and TV magazines as well as the introduction of dialogue- and comment-based formats.
At a meeting in Bonn on November 22, the Broadcasting Board has unanimously welcomed the reform plans Deutsche Welle Director General Peter Limbourg outlined, which aim to make DW a leading global information provider.
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