Greek President Karolos Papoulias has stressed the importance of close exchanges between Greece and Germany and praised DW's work. In late 2014, DW will launch European Journal in Greek, to be broadcast by SKAI TV.
Internet users submitted more than 3,000 websites and online projects from around the world to The Bobs, Deutsche Welle's annual competition for the best in online activism.
Deutsche Welle (DW) will offer audiences worldwide a wealth of content on the Beethovenfest Bonn in 2014. Features in a number of languages are planned for television, radio, online and as podcasts.
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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